Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police said Susan Westwood turned herself in to authorities in Brunswick County on Saturday on charges of misuse of 911, in addition to the four criminal summons she was issued for the incident.
The charges stem from an incident October 19. The video, which has received millions of views since it became public, showed Westwood verbally harassing the two women, who were both sisters, who were waiting for AAA.
After confronting two black women in the parking lot of their apartment complex in a racist tirade, Susan Westwood was charged with two counts of communicating threats and two counts of simple assault and lost her $125,000 job at Spectrum Cable. https://t.co/LaGfoNSBuB
— Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) October 30, 2018