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Black woman in Philadelphia gets arrested for warrant in Texas, a state she’s never even been to, in a case of mistaken identity; Cops used social media photos to identify her
Philly woman arrested for Texas crime in mistaken identity case

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Black woman in Philadelphia gets arrested for warrant in Texas, a state she’s never even been to, in a case of mistaken identity; Cops used social media photos to identify her

Philly woman arrested for Texas crime in mistaken identity case

In Philadelphia, there is a woman who had her whole life turned upside down. A PhD student, Julie Hudson was arrested for a robbery in Texas. The only problem is that Julie Hudson has never even been to the state of Texas. This is not the first time that law enforcement has made such a critical mistake. In the end, Hudson and her family are just happy the situation did not turn out worse.

Despite not committing the crime, Julie Hudson has been behind bars since Wednesday. In addition, she is on five medications. As a result of being locked up, Hudson has not received her medicine since the arrest. In addition to being behind bars for a crime she did not commit, this situation cost Julie Hudson a job that she applied for.

When Julie Hudson learned there was a warrant for her arrest, she went to the Philadelphia police department to clear things up. Because there was a warrant out, she was immediately arrested. Hudson’s name is tied to a Webster, TX robbery of an Academy Sports and Outdoors store. A suspect from the surveillance video identified a Julie Hudson as the person responsible.

After that, police used social media to find Julie Hudson. They landed on the 31-year-old PhD student from Philadelphia. According to law enforcement, the Julie Hudson in the Texas surveillance footage looked like the Julie Hudson from Philadelphia. Later, Philadelphia’s Julie Hudson proved she was working during the time of the robbery. Now, she is contemplating taking legal action.

Source: Click 2 Houston

Philly woman arrested for Texas crime in mistaken identity case

3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. James

    January 12, 2023 at 2:54 pm

    Article proves that in the age of technology, people are guilty until proven innocent, which is very costly and further erodes democracy…

  2. KEVIN

    January 12, 2023 at 7:10 pm

    Some fine detective work there. Just go off of social media. Let’s try and ID first in the state of Texas before you branch out. Maybe use the DMV in Texas first???

  3. Mary

    January 12, 2023 at 7:25 pm

    Sue them PD needs to learn how to do their job/ research better

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