"SoHo Karen" Arrested by California Sheriff During Traffic Stop

"SoHo Karen," the California woman who assaulted Keyon Harrold Jr., the son of Grammy-award winning musician Keyon Harrold at th
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"SoHo Karen," the California woman who assaulted Keyon Harrold Jr., the son of Grammy-award winning musician Keyon Harrold at the Arlo SoHo hotel in New York City, on Dec. 26., was arrested yesterday by the Ventura County Sheriff's Office.

According to the Ventura County Sheriff's Office, Miya Ponsetto, 22, was arrested, forcibly, around 4:30 pm Thursday after she refused to get out of her car near her home. The Ventura County Sheriff's Office had been working with the NYPD to serve Ponsetto with a fugitive arrest warrant.

The Ventura County Sheriff's Office released the following statement on Ponsetto's arrest:

"A Piru woman was arrested Thursday afternoon for a fugitive warrant in connection with a recent assault at a New York City hotel. Sheriff’s deputies contacted Miya Ponsetto during a traffic stop near her home in Piru. She did not stop for deputies until she reached her residence, and she refused to get out of the car. Deputies forcibly removed her from the vehicle and arrested her for the outstanding warrant.

"Ponsetto was booked at the Pre-Trial Detention Facility in Ventura, where she is being held without bail for the fugitive warrant. She will remain in local custody pending an extradition hearing. Detectives from the New York Police Department arrived in Ventura County on Thursday morning to help coordinate the arrest."

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