A fugitive was found and arrested on Thursday after posting to Snapchat pictures of herself and her child at a Pennsylvania amusement park, PEOPLE confirms.
Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Sheriff William Mullen says Kimberly Dolan, 19, was wanted for attempted homicide and violation of bond conditions.
Upon seeing Dolan’s Snapchat update, taken at Kennywood amusement park in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania, deputies contacted police who were already stationed in the park. Dolan was arrested without incident, Mullen says.
In January 2016, Dolan was charged with attempted homicide for allegedly striking one woman and hitting another with her vehicle at a Pennsylvania gas station, according to Mullen, who alleges that Dolan confessed to police after the incident.
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On May 7, Dolan was charged with aggravated assault, harassment and disorderly conduct after police allege she attacked a woman who was in a minor car crash with Dolan’s grandfather.
After the woman exchanged insurance information with Dolan’s grandfather, Dolan showed up at the scene and struck the woman multiple times, police allege. The woman suffered a broken nose and other facial fractures.
Authorities had allegedly been searching for Dolan since a warrant for her arrest was issued on May 25, according to Mullen.
Dolan is being held in the Allegheny County Jail and is expected to be arraigned this week. She has not entered a plea and information about her attorney was not immediately available.