Mom Charged With Hitting Her Daughter’s Teacher With a Brick After School
Nationwide — 29-year old Daishonta Williams from Pittsburgh is being charged after she allegedly followed her daughter’s 4th grade teacher, hit her with a brick, dragged her out of her car and beat her up. The altercation was reportedly over a discussion they had about the child’s cellphone.
The teacher, 46-year-old Janice Watkins, says she took away the student’s cell phone when she spotted it, and then the student became angry and bit her.
But the student went home and told her mom that her teacher choked her, which enraged her mother and led to the attack.
The attack reportedly happened at an intersection when Watkins was stopped at a red light. Williams, who was riding with her boyfriend, reportedly got out of their vehicle and threw a brick at the teacher’s car, hitting her in the face, and then began to beat her.
Watkins was later treated at a hospital for injuries to her face and teeth. Williams and her boyfriend, however, fled the scene.
Williams was later arrested and charged with stalking, reckless endangerment, making a terroristic threat and aggravated assault.
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