Newly released surveillance video shows a woman in a Florida bar smiling and talking with a fellow patron whom police say she later killed so she could steal her identity.
"How dare you abuse and harass our soldiers in uniform!"
Judy Tucker and her son are at the forefront of the video after they became slightly physical with the two women dressed in their service fatigues at the Cheddars restaurant in Macon, Georgia.
The woman who posted the now-viral video, LaKeycia Ward, says the altercation began when Tucker and her son became angry after the soldiers got in their way as they were trying to park in a handicapped spot.
The entire incident was caught on camera. There, they said, she met a woman named Pamela Hutchinson, 59, with a similar shade of light-blonde hair.
Local publications have identified the victims as 34-year-old Stephanie Mitchell and 27-year-old Treasure Sharpe.
Tucker then claims that her husband is handicapped, although he doesn't seem to be present in the video. State officials began to paste her photos on Facebook, urging anyone who saw her to call 911 and not go near her, as she was believed to be armed and unsafe. "You do not have the right to take a picture of me!"
"Put that phone down!"
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They apparently pushed one of the soldiers, who then informed her she was pregnant. I'm pregnant! Look at me - You're pushing a pregnant lady!' the soldier says.
Some witnesses also claimed Tucker appeared to have hit the pregnant soldier as well.
Reiss' husband was found dead after his business partner called police to conduct a welfare check on him.
Cut to outside, the thug is shedding white tears and is handcuffed and arrested - and she is being handcuff by a Black police officer.
'Oh really? By her?' replies Tucker's son.
Marceno told Wink News that Riess could be "anywhere at this time", suggesting that she might cross the border and head to Mexico. According to the Star Tribune, police suspect she forged her dead husband's signature before his body was found, transferred almost $10,000 into her account, and headed to a casino across the Iowa border.
According to the arrest affidavit East Texas News obtained Monday, Child Protective Services contacted a lieutenant with the Jasper County Sheriff's Office about a case involving Stone's two children on February 22.
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