Well this one shouldn't be too difficult. Notice the tattoos.
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Kennewick Police are asking for your assistance to locate Kayla "Angel" Guzman. She shouldn't be too hard to recognize. The alleged criminal is sporting a lot of ink on her face. The criinal Apprehension Team is actively searching for Ms. Guzman after she rammed the vehicle she was driving into a patrol car.
The incident took place earlier this week as Kennewick Police Officers responded to the 3300 block of West 9th Avenue. Guzman, wanted for several felony and misdemeanor warrants was seen in a stolen Nissan Rogue. When Police attempted to approach, Guzman took off, and slammed into the patrol car.
So, in addition to the original 4 warrants, Kayla "Angel" Guzman is wanted for 2nd degree assault, hit and run, obstructing, and resisting arrest. That's quite a list she's got going. Police would like to get to her before she racks up any more charges. No officers were injured in the collision.
The Kennewick Criminal Apprension Team is actively searching for the heavily tattooed suspect. However, your help is needed.
If you know where Kayla "Angel" Guzman is hiding out or have any other pertinent information, please call the Kennewick Police Department at 509-628-0333. You can also provide anonymous information online at kpdtips.com.
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