Stephanie Sebby-Strempel was arrested after the alleged assault of a black teenager, and two alternates.
(Dorchester County Detention Center)
A South Carolina woman was arrested after berating of young black people with racist remarks, beating a boy with a camera and the biting of a deputy, authorities said Tuesday.
Stephanie Sebby-Strempel, 38, was arrested Sunday after the incident in a Summerville neighborhood pool, according to WCIV-TV. The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office said the victim was a 15-year-old teen, who was invited to group with friends.
Sebby-Strempel told the group of boys on arrival at the pool that they do not belong and that she had to leave and continued to work not at and hurled racist remarks against them, witnesses told the deputies.
A video posted on Facebook appeared to show Sebby-Strempel slap the person who the camera as he walked out to the pool. She is then heard calling someone a “little punk” and telling someone to get, according to WCIV-TV.
The victim told the authorities that he and his friends were respectful when Sebby-Strempel demanded that he and his friends leave the pool and the researchers to the conclusion that the woman was the aggressor.
The victim was not seriously injured in the alleged abuse, the station reported.
When deputies arrived at her home Monday, authorities said Sebby-Strempel was a trooper. They attacked two deputies, biting one on the arm and pushes another into a wall, the sheriff’s office said.
She was charged with one count of third-degree sexual assault and two counts of assault of a law enforcement officer. She was held in the Dorchester County Detention Center.
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