21-year-old Cierra Williams was charged with vandalism after she was caught on camera destroying work lights and throwing a gallon can of Supreme paint into the street when her baby daddy refused to give her a ride, per report.
On November 11th, Memphis Police Officer Blalock responded to a vandalism call at 2497 Staten Street. Ferlandis Henderson told Officer Blalock that his child’s mother, Ceirra Williams came to his residence and asked him to give her and their child a ride to the University Gardens Apartment Complex. Henderson stated that he refused to give Williams a ride which angered her and she began to scream. He advised that he went inside and started recording her on his cell phone.
Ceirra Williams threw things out of his truck into the street, picked up a crowbar, and paced back and forth in front of his residence yelling profanities at his mother, Katherine Henderson, and him. The affidavit stated that Williams walked to the front porch and grabbed a gallon can of paint and a set of work lights and destroyed them by throwing them in the street. Officers reviewed the footage that Henderson caught on his cell phone and placed Williams into custody.
Ceirra Williams was arrested and charged with vandalism. She was later released on her own recognizance.