Saturday, August 03, 2013

Nutcase Follow-Up

That would be the case of the nutcase woman in Fort Mill, SC, that I first blogged about here.

She's in the news again:

A woman accused last week of confiscating guest IDs at a Fort Mill hotel and claiming to work with the Secret Service later called the same hotel’s manager five times and claimed to be an FBI agent, police say.

Now, the Charlotte woman’s face is featured on social media, and she’s been added to the list of accused criminals wanted by the York County Sheriff’s Office.

On July 25, deputies responded to the Clarion Hotel on Foothills Way near Carowinds when the hotel manager reported that Carma Leilani Ariel, 45, confiscated the IDs of several guests, although she had been asked not to return to the hotel, according to a York County Sheriff’s report.

I'm guessing that the York County Sheriff's Office came in for a lot of ridicule for letting the woman go on her way, unable to determine whether she actually was a federal agent. I'm also guessing that they didn't want to run her fingerprints to see if they matched to anyone in the database, even though she was committing crimes by impersonating a federal agent and collecting ID's from fellow guests. Looks like ass-covering time at the Sheriff's Office.

1 comment:

TOTWTYTR said...

How stupid could those deputies be? Seriously, how could then NOT take her into custody until they could figure out who she really was?