'South Park Susan' turns self in to police

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- The Charlotte woman who was reportedly caught on video harassing two African-American women in a viral video has turned herself in to police near the North Carolina coast.

Susan Westwood, widely dubbed "South Park Susan", was booked by the Sunset Beach Police Department on Saturday on an outstanding misdemeanor warrant for misuse of the 911 system and four criminal summons, local station WCNC reported.

Law enforcement officials had issued a warrant for Westwood - dubbed "South Park Susan" - and released the two calls she made to 911 on October 19.

Westwood disappeared after the October 19 incident in a parking lot of her Charlotte apartment complex.

A woman who was filmed lauching a racially-motivated attack on two women has now been fired from her job following the incident and now faces criminal charges.

Susan Westwood turned herself in to Sunset Beach Police Saturday. In Brooklyn, a white woman called police on a 9-year-old black boy she accused of grabbing her behind when footage showed his backpack grazed her.

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An emergency dispatcher was heard telling Westwood that first responders received a call about someone's auto breaking down at the location Westwood indicated.

According to officials, Westwood also called 911 and falsely claimed that people near her home were attempting to break into nearby residences.

Westwood also called 911.

One of the sisters lived at the complex where the incident took place. Westwood said during the encounter. "They're trying to cause a problem".

"I'll tell you what, I'll pay $2,500 to get them out of here. I'm sorry to have to do that out loud, but nobody breaks their vehicle down here on objective unless they're looking for money", Westwood told the dispatcher. Since the video has gone public, Westwood's employer, Spectrum Cable, fired Westwood. "They're trying to get in the apartments".

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