January 28, 2010
Alcoa, TN (The Weekly Vice) - Mary L. Biggerstaff, a 58-year-old LaBarge, WY woman was jailed after she allegedly attacked a man’s car for no apparent reason as they waited for a traffic light to change.
According to Alcoa police, Biggerstaff was stopped in front of the victim at a red light when she allegedly got out of her Jeep Wrangler and jumped on the hood of his car. She then punched and kicked his windshield, accusing him of being a registered sex offender and following her.
Investigators say Williamson is not a registered sex offender nor was he following the woman.
Biggerstaff then got back into her car and drove away after the incident. Williamson and another witness followed her until police arrived.
Biggerstaff had a small dog on a leash at the time of her arrest. An unleashed dog from across the street ran up and attacked her dog, causing police to tase the attacking dog until he released the other dog. Neither animal was seriously injured. Animal control now has custody of the woman’s dog.
Biggerstaff was booked into the Blount County Jail and charged with vandalism over $500 (estimated damage to the victim’s vehicle was $650). Her bond was set at $1,000.
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