August 7 2020 5:38pm

Woman who allegedly bought paint for Black Lives Matter protest faces possible life in prison

A woman is facing the possibility of life in prison after she allegedly bought paint for a Black Lives Matter protest in Utah in July, as well as pushed a police officer. She’s was charged this week with criminal mischief, but a gang enhancement added to the charge ups the alleged crime to a first-degree felony that comes with the possibility of life imprisonment.

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