Sorority Girl Held On $1 Million Bail Following Violent Protests In Lancaster

Her friends claimed that she served as a medic during the violent protests that occurred on Sunday overnight and resulted in the police shooting of Ricardo Munoz

Kathryn Patterson is a Kappa Delta sorority sister who is amongst the accused protesters held on $1 million bail after violent protests in Lancaster.

The 20-year-old is an ally of black rights organization at the private college she attends to and is amongst the 13 people who were arrested on Monday morning due to multiple charges which include: arson, vandalism, riot, and criminal conspiracy.

According to court records, Kathryn and nine other rioters are still being held on $1 million bail. Her friends claimed that she served as a medic during the violent protests that occurred on Sunday overnight and resulted in the police shooting of Ricardo Munoz, who was shot and killed by a Lancaster police officer after charging at the cop with a knife in hand.

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Kathryn is said to have been giving medical attention to injured rioters and has now been charged of the crimes that she perhaps didn’t commit.

Her father, Chip Patterson, commented by saying: “I don’t know what happened Sunday night, we didn’t talk about that, and I don’t know what she did or didn’t do. I would be shocked if she did something violent.”

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Taylor Enterline is also being charged, the GoFundme page said “she is being held under false charges that all witnesses protest against, she was denied her family lawyer and charged with $1 million bail that is a direct violation to her 8th amendment rights.”

BY Andile Sindani

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