Authorities say a white woman in North Carolina whose racist rant against two black women having vehicle trouble in an affluent area is facing charges she communicated threats and misused the 911 network. The Brunswick County Sheriff's Department says Susan Westwood, 51, was released on bond after being served with four criminal summonses and an outstanding warrant for misuse of the 911 system, NBC reports.
Susan Westwood threatened two Charlotte women, one of whom said she was physically assaulted and filed a police report.
The 51-year-old's arrest follows her harassment of sisters Leisa Garris and Chele Garris in a parking lot in Charlotte's South Park neighborhood as they waited for assistance from AAA on October 19.
Another white woman in St. Louis was sacked from her job after a video went viral in which she blocked a black man from entering his own apartment building.
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The initial incident happened Friday, Oct. 19, according to Charlotte-Mecklenburg police. One of the women is a tenant at the apartment building, which Westwood apparently doubted that a Black person could afford.
"They are actually people that I've never seen here before. Do you hear her?" a victim tells the dispatcher. Westwood told police, according to the station. Westwood said during the encounter. After they walk away, Westwood screams, "Do I need to bring out my concealed weapon, too?" She added that "there's no vehicle broken down, there's somebody trying to cause problems".
Police were called to the scene but Westwood had left before they arrived. Since the video has gone public, Westwood's employer, Spectrum Cable, fired Westwood. "Just get them the f-- out of here right now".