Krystal Whipple arrested, accused of talking about the owner of the nail salon running in excess of $ 35

Authorities have arrested a 21-year-old woman who was accused of having run a nail salon owner in an attempt to escape without paying for her $ 35 manicure, the Las Vegas Police reported Friday. An FBI task force arrested Krystal Whipple Friday in Glendale, Arizona, without incident, according to a police. She was identified on January 4 as the suspect in the death of 51-year-old Nhu "Annie" Ngoc Quynh Nguyen, who died on December 29 at her nail studio near the Las Vegas Strip when she tried to stop the fleeing customer, said the police. Nguyen, a Vietnamese refugee who raised her daughters in the United States, died of bone injuries, told the Clark County Coroner's Office at the Las Vegas Review-Journal. According to police, Whipple used a stolen rental car to hit Nguyen and drive away. The death of Nguyen was recorded on video and ruled over a murder. A January 4 warrant shows Whipple was searched for murder and theft and burglary costs. It was not clear on Saturday morning whether she had a lawyer. The police say the incident unfolded after Whipple sat down for a $ 35 manicure in the salon of Nguyen, Crystal Nails and Spa. Nguyen co-managed the company with her old partner, Sonny Chung. Whipple tried to pay with a credit card, Chung told the Review-Journal, but the card was refused several times. Whipple told Nguyen that she would get money from her car, Chung said. The couple followed the woman outside, approached the car and tried to get the Whipple's attention. "My wife ran out and tried to stop her, and then [Whipple] rolled ahead, "Chung told the Review Journal, police said that Whipple had hit Nguyen and dragged her before fleeing the parking lot of the store, and Witnesses told Fox 5 Vegas that the change was over in seconds." I have tried to stop the car, but I'm not a Superman, "Chung told the Review Journal." She ran off for $ 35 and killed my wife – $ 35 to persuade my wife. "A page from GoFundMe family was created to help cover funeral expenses, Nguyen describes as an "extremely hard-working" woman and a "dutiful mother who always puts her children first." "Nguyen often worked 12 hours a day, seven days a week, according to the page so she could pay her daughters to go to university. Nguyen also helped her mother, brothers and sisters and grandchildren financially support. "She allowed them to get more opportunities in life, endlessly," says the GoFundMe description. Nguyen would skip meals so that her family "did not have to work as hard as they did." Family told Fox 5 Vegas Nguyen had lived all over the country, in Florida, California, Michigan and Arizona, before moving to Las Vegas two years ago. She had a relationship with Chung for almost 13 years, he told the Review-Journal. Nguyen had three daughters – all in twenty – and two young grandchildren, said Chung. They live in California, but were in town for the holidays. Las Vegas Police Lt. Ray Spencer told the newspaper that the rental car, a black Chevrolet Camaro, was stolen about three weeks ago. Hours after the salon incident, the authorities found the unused vehicle in a nearby apartment complex. A provisional memorial was set up outside the salon, according to the Review-Journal. One of Nguyen's granddaughters had written a message on notebook paper covered with hearts: "We Love You Grandma." And on the door of the salon, which is usually open 12 hours a day, seven days a week, it says on a sign: "Sorry, we are closed until further notice, thanks and nice New Years." Read more: & # 39 ; Miscarriage of Justice & # 39 ;: In the end, Florida forgives four black men accused of rape in 1949. The oldest person in the world stood for decades. Then came a Russian conspiracy theory. & # 39; I try not to be racist & # 39 ;: restaurant manager fired after swinging seat at black teenager Two women accused of sexual abuse of transsexual woman in a bar bathroom in North Carolina