A 58-year-old woman has been arrested after attempting to gain entry to the Central Intelligence Agency headquarters in Langley and refusing to leave.
CIA officers say Jennifer Hernandez attempted to gain entry to the CIA four times since April 22nd, including three days in a row on May 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
On April 22nd, case files say Hernandez entered the facility through the main vehicle entrance and told a CIA police officer she was instructed by an employment recruiter to come to the complex. The officer determined Hernandez did not have the necessary approval to enter and told her to leave, to which she complied.
Less that two weeks later on May 1st, Hernandez arrived to the CIA via a rideshare service and insisted she see her recruiter. CIA officers again determined she was unauthorized to enter the facility and issued her a written warning and told her to leave.
The next day, May 2nd, Hernandez once again arrived to the entrance of the CIA using a rideshare service and again stated she was there to speak to a recruiter. Officers interviewed her and determined she was still not authorized to enter and told her to leave.
On May 3rd, Hernandez returned to the CIA for the third straight day and asked for her ID card, which officers on a previous encounter had unintentionally held on to. Hernandez also asked to speak to "Agent Penis." When officers returned her ID card, they told her to leave and she refused. She was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of trespassing.
Source: NBC Washington