What was she thinking she was going to be able to do? In the end, she breaks out the windows of her own car. That’ll teach ’em!
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After an Upstate tow truck driver said he was bitten while repossessing an SUV, he pulled out his camera and started filming as the woman smashed the windows out of the vehicle.
Scotty Fowler, the owner of Mission Towing & Recovery, said they had been looking for an SUV for repossession for over a week before they located it near Collins Park in the city of Spartanburg on Sunday evening.
Fowler told FOX Carolina’s Adrian Acosta they hooked up the SUV to the tow truck when Lakeisha Smith, 29, jumped in and tried to drive off with it still hooked up to the tow truck, and attacked him.
“I was holding the door open to keep her from starting the car and she bit me,” Fowler said.
At that point, Fowler began recording the incident with his phone.
In the video, the woman can be seen first pulling the SUV loose from the tow truck with two wheels off the ground then smashing the cars windows.
Fowler said Smith left the scene on foot before police could arrive. He said she was bloody from the incident.
A Spartanburg County deputy arrived at the scene after Fowler was bitten, but did not apprehend the woman.
Fowler said, besides the damage to the SUV, there was also thousands of dollars worth of damage to his tow truck.
Fowler said they were eventually able to repossess the truck.
Smith spoke with FOX Carolina Monday evening and said she “flipped out” when Fowler tried to tow her car.
“I went out to retrieve my things out of the car and as soon as I touched my car, I was being yanked and pulled by the driver, so then I became angry and just flipped out, like seriously,” Smith said.
Spartanburg police said Smith was wanted on a charge of assault and battery third-degree for biting Fowler. Smith said on Monday night she would turn herself in.
“I’m not going to run, I’m not going to look over my shoulder for a cop, it’s not what I do,” she said.
Online jail records show Smith was booked into the county jail about 1:30 a.m. on Tuesday. A judge gave her a $2,130 personal recognizance bond.