GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — An Arizona woman pleaded guilty to causing damage at a Tempe mosque during an altercation she filmed and posted to social media, according to court records.
Tahnee Gonzales, 33, of Glendale pleaded guilty April 25 to aggravated criminal damage, The Arizona Republic reported Wednesday.
The terms of her plea agreement include writing an apology to the Islamic Community Center and performing 225 hours of community service work with an Islamic humanitarian organization, Helping Hand for Relief and Development.
Gonzales, who is scheduled to be sentenced June 4, is not allowed to return to the mosque without permission from the Maricopa County Victims and Probation Department.
Gonzales was charged in connection with a March 2018 trip to the mosque about 11 miles (18 kilometers) east of Phoenix.