University of South Carolina student Arrested for spitting in Food
According to police, a University of South Carolina student has been arrested after allegedly being caught spitting and pouring chemicals into her two roommates’ food. According to the police, the student has been caught after her roommates installed a camera and caught her spitting in their food in February.
Police said that the 22-year-old Hayley King is currently facing felony charges and there are higher chances that the student will have jail time. In the video, King can be seen spitting into containers of food and pouring Windex into the food. According to a Columbia Police Department incident report, King spitted in containers while staying in an apartment with two other roommates.
King’s two roommates secretly installed a camera and caught King red handed. After that, they informed authorities. According to them, they had set up secret cameras in their shared apartment because they were sure that King might do something dangerous following a string of multiple altercations.
According to the two roommates, after the previous quarrels, they had tried to get King to move out but that time she refused. Police said that in the view, King can be seen opening the refrigerator, picking up a number of containers and spitting into them. According to the police, King also poured glass cleaner into one of them.
While telling police about King, one of the roommates said that she consumed food from one of the containers she thought to have been tainted with spit. King confessed to the incident when the Columbia Police Department contacted King and asked her about the incident.
King was arrested by the Columbia Police Department on February 9. The police have charged the student with Class C felony carrying a term of up to 20 years in prison. According to the reports, King was released a day after her arrest on a $5,000 personal recognizance bond.
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