Distinguished Civil Rights Legal professional will Defend Girl Accused of Felony Vandalism

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A high-profile civil rights attorney will represent one of three women accused of destroying the former home of a former Santa Rosa police officer.

Tony Serra will represent 20-year-old Rowan Dalbey, who is accused of smearing pig blood on the house to the west of Santa Rosa and a sculpture in the city center along with Amber Lucas and Kristin Aumoithe. Serra’s well-known customers include Black Panther leader Huey Newton, Chinatown gang leader Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow and a defendant in the campfire of the 2016 Oakland Ghost Ship. Meanwhile, Aumoithe is represented by Vincent Barrientos, who is another defendant of Ghost Ship Fire; and Lucas is represented by Sonoma County attorneys Lauren Mendelsohn and Omar Figueroa.

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