A former Walla Walla woman accused of stealing from parents’ vehicles after a deadly Spokane area school shooting in September was in Walla Walla County Superior Court today for a bail revocation hearing on separate local charges in April.  
Nicole D. Jensen was transferred from Spokane County Jail for the hearing, during which Judge Scott Wolfram yanked her pretrial release because she failed to meet release conditions by committing other crimes. 
In Walla Walla County she faces five counts of second-degree theft, one count of third-degree theft, one count of methamphetamine possession, one count of drug possession paraphernalia, possession of another person’s identity, second-degree identity theft and tampering with a witness. 
Those charges arose from accusations she stole a credit card from a man and used it to rent a room at the TraveLodge on April 9, according to court documents. Jensen told the hotel manager the card belonged to her mother and had someone impersonate her mother when the manager called. 
The hotel manager used a different phone number provided online and the real owner of the credit card answered, according to court documents. The manager then contacted police and an officer searched Jensen’ room and discovered narcotics, drug paraphernalia, various debit and credit cards in other people’s names and several ID’s and other identifying documents, belonging to other people. 
She was released April 11 from the Walla Walla County Jail after posting a $15,000 bail bond on those counts, but ordered to return for a revocation hearing after the shootings on Sept. 13 at Freeman High School in Rockford, Wash. One student was killed and three others were injured.
During that emergency, according to Spokane County officials, Jensen stole credit cards and checks out of parents cars while they went to check on their children at the school. Authorities say she used stolen checks and credit cards to amass charges exceeding $36,000 on one parent’s account. 
Jensen’s Spokane County charges include a drug violations, second-degree vehicle prowling, eight counts of second-degree theft, third-degree theft, and two counts second-degree identity theft. 
Jensen’s trial in Spokane County is set on Jan. 8
Wolfram did not set a new trial date at Friday’s hearing for Jensen’s Walla Walla County charges.

Tony Buhr can be reached at tonybuhr@wwub.com or 526-8325.