Moses Lake Woman Arrested After Facebook Post

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Moses Lake Police Department photo of Kayla Irizzary

MOSES LAKE, WA.- Moses Lake Police report the arrest of a local woman for illegal weapon possession. Police say the woman was arrested after bragging in a Facebook post about getting away from police in an earlier incident. The Police Department issued the following news release:

Moses Lake Police News Release:

“What social media giveth, social media taketh away: Woman who trolled MLPD back in custody

You may recall that last week, we shared a story about Kayla Irizzary, a 19 year old woman who was contacted as a passenger on a traffic stop. As our officers had no legal reason to detain her, she was released from the scene. A subsequent search warrant on the vehicle revealed a purse that contained her identification and a pistol, which Irizzary is not eligible to possess as she is a prolific felon. Officers were not able to immediately re-locate her and arrest her.

Irizzary got on MLPD’s Facebook page and was bragging about getting away, which we believe is the number one killer of criminal karma that there is….

This morning about 2:30 am, officers using covert investigative techniques 😉 set up a meeting with Irizzary, ironically enough using social media. Irizzary showed up, and when she realized she had been set up, made a run for it on foot.

She was caught in about four steps and booked into the Grant County Jail on charges of unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of heroin. Both charges were from the original incident.

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#StayThereForAWhile

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Steve Hair is a 40-year veteran broadcast journalist who comes to NCW LIFE TV after a long career in radio. Steve and his wife Lynette and their three sons moved to the Wenatchee Valley from Central California in 1992. Steve served as News Director for KPQ News where he covered a multitude of stories of importance to North Central Washington, including two of Washington State’s largest wildfires. During his radio career Steve has received many awards from organizations such as the Associated Press, (Sacramento and Seattle Bureaus) The Washington State Farm Bureau, and the California Medical Association. Steve is a sports addict. Time off usually finds him sprawled out on the couch watching the Seahawks, Mariners or anything that prevents him from doing house chores.