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Shellmont Street: Woman and Wednesday March

shellmont street: Charges of assault and mischief are being considered against the protester, says RCMP E Division Cpl, according to Vancouver Courier. Tammy Douglas, but RCMP also turned the woman over to the Canada Border Services Agency, she said.A You Caring crowdfunding campaign for the woman launched by fellow protester Brett Rhyno, identifies her as Tia Chicome. The woman was arrested after police were called to the 8000 block of Shellmont Street just before 8 a.m. last Wednesday March 21 for reports several demonstrators had climbed onto a truck headed into the terminal.article continues below Trending Stories Dunbar Street construction mixed blessing for businesses Burnaby RCMP warns it won't tolerate Kinder Morgan pipeline protester hurting more Mounties Richmond will only have one summer night market this year Can you spot the lost hiker in this photo related Pipeline protester arrested after jumping onto semi headed into Kinder Morgan tank farm Trans Mountain completes work on time despite protests in Burnaby Number of arrests nears 200 in pipeline protest A security person began documenting the event using a video camera; a female allegedly ran toward the security person and slapped the camera out of his hand, causing it to break, stated an RCMP press release. She was arrested after stopping a tow truck trying to make its way into the terminal past another truck that had already peacefully stopped, according to Rhyno's description of the incident on Facebook. It did not stop and kept forcing the demonstrators backwards, pushing into their bodies with the grill of the truck. Land defenders put up their hands and yelled for the truck to stop, states his You Caring crowdfunding post. ( As reported in the news.