2 Arrested After Breaking in to Gov. Inslee's Office
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) - The Washington State Patrol says two women broke into Gov. Jay Inslee's office at the state Capitol, but apparently didn't realize whose office they were in.
Troopers say the two made their way up a ledge and entered through a second floor window last weekend. They took a bottle of wine, a ceremonial state patrol hat, and a tribal blanket and mask. They passed up other items including cameras and computers.
Troopers arrested one of the suspects, a 22-year-old Oregon woman, Monday when she was pulled over along I-5 in Chehalis. He noticed the ceremonial hat for troopers inside.
Investigators arrested the second suspect on Tuesday.
Inslee's spokesman says no one in the governor's office was too bothered by the burglary.