A white woman in North Carolina who was recorded harassing two black women as they waited for AAA has turned herself into local police.
Police charged Westwood with misusing 911, communicating threats and simple assault, but couldn't find her to serve the warrants.
The Garris sisters were waiting for AAA in an apartment complex parking lot in Charlotte when Westwood confronted them, asking where they lived because she didn't recognize them.
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.
The charges stem from an incident October 19.
In the video, Westwood makes statements accusing the two women of dealing drugs and making a reference to having a concealed weapon in her home.
In the 911 calls released by police and published by the news station, Westwood was heard identifying the women to police as "African-American" and saying, "they've been hanging out here for a while, and they've been photographing me".
Saturday, Westwood, 51, turned herself in to the Sunset Beach Police Department in coastal North Carolina.
Attorney Michael Phillips, who has been hired to represent the Garris sisters, told WBTV that he has been in contact with the apartment complex and its management has agreed to evict Westwood.
Westwood also called 911, telling the dispatcher she would pay $2,500 "to get them out of here", according to authorities.
According to the tape, Westwood also tells the 911 dispatcher, "They've been hanging out here for awhile". Westwood said during the encounter. "They're trying to cause a problem", Westwood said. It seems that her employer had caught on and she has now been fired due to a clear violation of the company's code of conduct. This is, this is, get them out of here.