Kimberly Jordan was accused of, to declare, “I hate white people” for the attacks of two passengers of a bus in Maryland on Monday, July 18, 2018.
(Montgomery County Police Department )
A black woman proclaimed: “I hate white people” for the attacks of two co-passengers of a bus on Monday in Maryland, police said.
Kimberly Jordan, 24, Silver Spring, Md., was charged with the “racist bullying, obstructing and second-degree assault for her alleged abusive and physically painful antics,” WJLA reported.
Jordan was on the Ride On bus, Montgomery County, on public transport, when she’d stared at the two passengers and said: “I hate white people.” She then allegedly struck a white female passenger in her face before smacking a white male passenger in the face, police said.
TEACHERS IN FEAR AFTER THE MS-13 INFILTRATING MARYLAND SCHOOL
The female passenger suffered scratches on her hands, while the man had a long cut to his nose.
Jordan fled the scene, but officers were able to catch up with her about a quarter of a mile away. She told authorities the female passenger hit first, but the bus’ surveillance video showed a different story.
Jordan said that she had not taken her medication for the incident, but the police told her that was no excuse for her behavior.
“I know,” Jordan responded.
MARYLAND COUNTY SETTLES LAWSUIT WITH TRANSGENDER TEEN
The driver of the bus told officers he saw the incident and heard Jordan say, “I hate white people.”
Jordan has a long arrest record which included theft, destruction of property, domestic violence, assault, and burglary charges, according to court documents.
She was scheduled to appear in court on July 12 for a preliminary hearing.