August 23, 2018
The white woman is the greatest ally of the negro.
Never trust either.
After months on the lam, Angela Lavallo has been arrested on charges related to the 2017 murder of Justin VanMeter.
Lavallo, 23, was booked Sunday evening into the Palm Beach County Jail on charges of being an accessory after a murder, lying to law enforcement and illegally owning weapons. A judge ordered she remain in the jail without the possibility of posting bond. She cannot have contact with VanMeter’s family, any witnesses or her co-defendants, the judge ruled.
Court records indicate that authorities filed those charges against the Delray Beach woman in late March. In June, the county’s Crime Stoppers program listed her as a “wanted fugitive” and offered a $3,000 reward for information leading to her arrest.
A sheriff’s spokeswoman would not comment on how authorities located Lavallo beyond calling it “good old-fashioned police work.”
Initially, Lavallo told sheriff’s authorities she was working late July 9 when VanMeter was fatally shot. She claimed to have loaned her car to a friend.
She later admitted she hadn’t been working and had been in her white Mazda with Mcintosh Pierre-Paul and Jean Mary Marcherno near the Hypoluxo Food Market shortly before authorities say Marcherno fatally shot VanMeter.