, Tacoma WA - A 26-year-old Tacoma woman was sentenced to five years in prison on Tuesday, after setting fire to five Seattle police vehicles during a downtown protest in late May of 2020. Margaret Aislinn Channon was caught on video footage using fire and aerosol cans to light five Seattle Police Department vehicles on fire during a spring 2020 protest turned riot. It also showed her removing items of clothing from several stores in the area, smashing the window of a Verizon store, and destroying a cash register in a sandwich shop. She could be seen wearing distinctive clothing in the video, with visible tattoos on her hands and arms. She was arrested on June 11, 2020, as part of a joint investigation by the FBI, ATF, and SPD. Then in September of 2021, Channon pleaded guilty to arson charges in U.S. District Court, and as a result, now faces half a decade in federal prison. Read more