Washington's Most Wanted leads to arrest in Burien

Our news partner Q13Fox News reports that a wanted fugitive has been taken into custody in Burien.

"Acting on information called into Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound by a Washington’s Most Wanted viewer, The King County Sheriff’s Gang Unit staked out an apartment and spotted Clorissa Bossart on the balcony of her new boyfriend’s apartment in Burien at the Fox Cove apartments on 149th SW/ 160th Street.

Deputies say she tried to hide her face from them and cried when they took her into custody saying she knew she was on WMW and was wanted but didn’t want to turn herself in.

The 19 year old is accused of threatening her own grandmother and then attacking a 54 year old woman who came to her grandma’s help, knocking her unconscious, busting up her face, ripping out a chunk of her hair and breaking her rib. She had warrants for assault and theft.

Bossart is the 314th fugitive captured thanks to a viewer tip since Washington’s Most Wanted launched in November of 2008.

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