Tacoma woman pleads guilty to arson after torching five police cruisers in Seattle, going on vandalism spree in city

SEATTLE, WA – According to a press release from the Department of Justice, a 26-year-old woman pleaded guilty to arson in late September for her role during a May 2020 riot in Seattle where she torched five police vehicles.


Back in June of 2020, Margaret Aislinn Channon was arrested for setting five Seattle Police vehicles on fire during a riot that was taking place on May 30th, 2020, during the initial spread of protests and riots inspired by the murder of George Floyd.

At the time of Channon’s June 11th, 2020, arrest, U.S. Attorney Brian Moran noted the video evidence obtained at the time that pointed to Channon’s guilt:

“This defendant was captured by multiple cameras using an accelerant, lit like a blowtorch, to start fires in five vehicles – putting the public at risk and creating the very real possibility of a structure fire amidst the throng of people protesting downtown.”

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