Woman arrested for attempted homicide at ‘Rainbow Family' gathering

Published 06/23 2014 08:55PM

Updated 06/24 2014 01:41PM

WASATCH COUNTY, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - A woman wanted for attempted murder at the rainbow family gathering in Wasatch County has been arrested.

Lelilani Novak-Garcia from New Mexico, who also calls herself Hitler, was found hiding in a tent and has been booked into jail.

She’s accused of stabbing a 45-year-old man at the rainbow gathering that's going on in the mountains east of Heber City.

Forest rangers in the area heard her say "I’ll kill you at the rainbow gathering" and then found the man who had been stabbed.

Next week, tens of thousands of people are expected to visit Wasatch County for the rainbow family gathering.

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