A Tennessee woman was arrested for violating an order to stay away from the White House July 6, according to court documents.
Jessica Ford attempted to scale the White House fence May 17, according to court documents. She was charged in D.C. Superior Court with unlawful entry and violation of release conditions. She pleaded not guilty and was released with the stay-away order.
She had previously been spotted near the south fence one month earlier and was a person of interest to the Secret Service, according to court documents.
A hearing for Ford is scheduled for Monday.