North Carolina woman seen in viral racist rant faces 911 violation charge

Susan Westwood

Susan Westwood Credit Brunswick County Sheriff's Department

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police confirmed the woman dubbed "SouthPark Susan" turned herself in Saturday in to the Sunset Beach police, North Carolina Police Department.

Susan Westwood, 51, contacted the Sunset Beach Police Department and was subsequently served by the Brunswick County Sheriff's Department with an outstanding misdemeanor warrant and four criminal summonses, WBTV reported.

In video of the October 19 incident that went viral, Westwood, dubbed "South Park Susan" by the media, taunted, threatened, and mocked sisters Leisa and Mary Garris as they waited for AAA assistance after having auto trouble in the parking lot of her Charlotte apartment complex.

Facebook Susan Westwood, 51, turned herself into the Sunset Beach Police Department on Saturday after being wanted on charges related to the October 19 incident. Because Westwood was gone by the time the police arrived, a warrant was issued for her arrest on October 30, according to WCNC.

Susan Westwood threatened two Charlotte women, one of whom said she was physically assaulted and filed a police report.

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"Folks that are trying to break into apartments, they're actually people that I've never see here before but they are African-American", Westwood said on the 911 call.

The dispatcher told Westwood that the women were waiting for their auto to be serviced after it broke down and she responded, "Nobody breaks down their vehicle in the best part of society".

An emergency dispatcher was heard telling Westwood that first responders received a call about someone's vehicle breaking down at the location Westwood indicated. She brags about earning $125,000 a year, adding that she's "white" and "hot". Westwood says near the beginning of one video.

Her insults against the two women at the Camden Fairview apartment complex went viral after the women, who are sisters, posted video of the encounter on Facebook a week later. Westwood told police, according to the station. They said the verbal exchange continued as the woman used foul language and made disparaging remarks. After they walk away, Westwood screams, "Do I need to bring out my concealed weapon, too? Just get them the f-- out of here right now".

Westwood was sacked from her job following the incident.

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