A fourth person was arrested Tuesday in Tacoma in connection with a January drive-by shooting in Lakewood.
Tatiana Isaacs-Jackson, 19, of Tacoma was charged Feb. 2 in Pierce County Superior Court with one count of drive-by shooting and four counts of first-degree assault, and a bench warrant was issued for her arrest. Her bail was set Wednesday at $25,000.
U.S. marshals booked her into Pierce County Jail on Tuesday. The marshals’ Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Task Force arrested Isaacs-Jackson after locating her car and conducting surveillance, according to a task force spokesman.
Co-defendants Kelsey Phillips, 18; Shamille Bullard, 21; and Demetrius Crawford, 19, have pleaded not guilty to similar counts.
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Phillips is held in lieu of $300,000 bail, Bullard is held on $250,000 bail and Crawford on $500,000 bail.
Prosecutors say the three men were involved in a shooting Jan. 8 at a Lakewood fast-food restaurant that left Crawford with a leg wound.
Isaacs-Jackson then drove the three to an apartment complex, where at least one person involved in the shooting lived, according to charging documents.
The men opened fire on an SUV, but didn’t hit anyone. One bullet went into a home and hit a mattress where two people were lying, the documents state.
Isaacs-Jackson admitted to Lakewood police that she drove the men to the second shooting and eventually told them she knew they went there intending to commit a revenge shooting, the documents state.