Woman arrested for urinating on overturned police car during Salt Lake City riot


SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – Salt Lake City Police officers arrested a woman Saturday they say urinated on an overturned police car during the protest and riot on May 30th.

SLCPD Investigators say they identified and subsequently arrested 35-year-old Tamara Lynn Dixon from a photo taken during the riot in front of the Salt lake City Main Library last week.

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Protesters vandalized and overturned the Salt Lake City Police car before it was set on fire.

Dixon was booked Saturday in the Salt Lake County Jail on felony riot, lewdness, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

The arrest comes just days after three other men, Connor Peebles, 21, Jackson Stuart Tamowski Patton, 26, and Latroi Devon Newbins, 28 were charged for their alleged involvement in destroying the officer’s car and setting it on fire.

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Peebles was charged in third-district court with first-degree felony criminal mischeif and the Newbins and Patton were charged in Federal court with one count of Arson.

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