[Ed. – The suspect looks like she’s not all there, but she does seem to get around.]
The woman arrested in connection to the recent ricin letter attacks on President Donald Trump also sent poisonous mail to a Texas border county sheriff and three detention officers, officials claim. Local police records indicate the suspect was arrested in the county for a weapons charge in 2019.
Hidalgo County Sheriff Eddie Guerra revealed Monday that he and three detention officers received ricin letters. New information released by Guerra states the mail originated from Pascale Ferrier …
[T]he woman linked to the letters sent to the White House, was booked into the Hidalgo County Jail by the Mission Police Department for weapon possession charges and was later “released on May 18, 2019, to immigration authorities.”