WORLD Police can't find white woman in racist rant that went viral

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Police can't find white woman in racist rant that went viral

AP

01:53, November 02, 2018

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Police in North Carolina say they can't find the white woman recorded threatening her black neighbors while they waited for AAA.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police tell news outlets they attempted to serve a warrant Tuesday on 51-year-old Susan Westwood for misusing 911. Criminal summons for communicating threats and simple assault were issued last week.

And now police have released audio from the 911 calls . Leisa and Mary Garris called twice to report harassment. Westwood called 911 as well, telling the dispatcher she would pay $2,500 "to get them out of here."

Westwood has since been fired from the $125,000-per-year job she boasted about while the sisters recorded the encounter.

The sisters' attorney Michael Phillips says the apartment complex has agreed to initiate a process of evicting Westwood.


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