Pullman police confirm an arrest was made in the beating of WSU professor David Warner late last month.
An anonymous tip from western Washington over the weekend led to the arrest of Madeline Fouts, 21, Wednesday. Fouts was one of several suspects spotted in surveillance video taken the night of the incident.
Fouts, a WSU student and Pullman resident, was contacted by detectives at her� home and brought in for questioning Wednesday morning. She was arrested at 12:30 p.m. for rendering criminal assistance, a felony, and providing false statements to a public servant, a misdemeanor.
According to her Facebook page, Fouts is originally from Snohomish in western Washington.
Pullman police also confirmed they have solid leads on the other three suspects in the case and are aggressively tracking those individuals down.
Earlier this week, Washington State University President Elson Floyd donated $10,000 to the reward fund to help catch the people who assaulted a faculty member near campus. It's not known how police discovered the identity of the suspect who was arrested and whether or not that reward money will be given away to anyone yet.