Black Women Arrested After Violent ‘Dine And Dash’ Incident With Taco Vendor
The Los Angeles Police Department identified a Black woman who allegedly went on a rampage after a taco vendor asked her to pay for her order, KTLA reports.
Renee Latrice Hines was arrested after she was seen on video attacking Joanna Vasquez, a worker at the Ortiz Tacos stand. A police report alleges Hines “punched and pepper sprayed the victim when the victim asked the suspect to pay for the tacos she had consumed.”
She was said to be visibly angry and threw a sign at a bystander when they started to record her leaving the scene in her attention-grabbing purple 2007 Lexus.
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“When she finished spraying me, she started throwing everything, and then she grabbed me and started to hit me,” Vasquez said.
“She pulled my hair and then punched me in my shoulders. She punched me in the face. She unloaded on me and then let me go.”
The incident went viral, with people disagreeing with Hines’s actions. “On Behalf of the Black community, we do not condone or agree with this behavior,” one user wrote on Instagram. Another user defended the taco stand vendor, highlighting that most vendors are just there to get paid and don’t bother anyone.
“Send her [to] jail cause the taco vendors don’t mess with anybody and they’re just tryna make it out there too,” a user named foxyroxhair said.
“Internet found her address and place of work,” the comment said.
“This“Friday her “old “employer” hir”d this vendor to do a work event. He’s He’sing the whole company lol.”
According to FOX LA, LAPD booked the unruly assailant, and her bail is set to $30,000.
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