Charlotte Woman Who Harassed Black Neighbors Turns Herself In To Police

Susan Westwood 51 reportedly turned herself in to police in Sunset Beach Nort Carolina on Saturday after she was seen ranting racist remarks in a viral video

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

Westwood was served with an outstanding misdemeanor warrant for misusing 911 and four criminal summons for simple assault and communicating threats.

One of the women Westwood yelled at in the parking lot of a North Carolina apartment complex posted the video to Facebook, showing how Westwood treated her and her sister when she approached them that night.

Westwood's employer, Charter Communications, confirmed to Yahoo Lifestyle on October 29 that she was sacked after she was identified as the woman in the video, which was taken on October 19.

Westwood turned herself in to police in Sunset Beach on Saturday.

"They are actually people that I've never seen here before", she tells the dispatcher.

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

Westwood also called 911. Westwood, in response, said the situation was "weird" and she was "concerned". They said the verbal exchange continued as the woman used foul language and made disparaging remarks. Because Westwood was gone by the time the police arrived, a warrant was issued for her arrest on October 30, according to WCNC. They're begging for money, and we need to get them out of here...

"I'll tell you what, I'll pay $2,500 to get them out of here".

Th video shows Westwood appears to engage the other women without provocation, The Charlotte Observer previously reported.

One of the sisters, in her call to 911, was heard telling police: "The lady was pushing me in my face, and I'm a resident here just like she is".

Prior to her termination, Susan Westwood was employed at Charter Communications.

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