Deputies search for woman who reportedly threw large rock at behavioral facility

Posted at 10:12 AM, May 04, 2017

The Pasco County Sheriff's Office is searching for a woman wanted on felony charges who allegedly threw large rocks at multiple behavioral facilities.

On Thursday, April 27, the female pictured allegedly a large rock at the front doors of the North Tampa Behavioral facility, located at off of SR 56 in Wesley Chapel. A similar incident occurred at the Morton Plant Behavioral facility, off of SR 54 in Lutz, that same night.

There was no attempt to make entry into either facility, however, you can see the suspect carrying the rock in the photo.

The suspect is described as a white female, approximately 150 pounds, with dark, medium length hair. She was wearing dark shorts, a light blue Tampa Bay Rays shirt, and possibly a watch or bracelet on her right wrist. 

The suspect left both scenes in a silver Honda Element with some type of writing, and possibly a business logo, on the rear driver and passenger windows.

Any information regarding a possible identity of this suspect, and/or any information regarding this incident is asked to contact PSO at 1-800-706-2488.