An Arizona woman was arrested when she told police that she beat a 16-year-old boy and destroyed his car after she found him in bed with her teenage daughter.
Jeanette Woods, of Mesa, found the boy in her 16-year-old daughter’s bed on Thanksgiving after the teens had consensual sex and fell asleep.
Woods, 36, discovered him in the bed at about 1am and the boy awoke to find Woods punching him in the face, court records said.
The boy said Woods repeatedly punched him in the face and body as she straddled him on the bed.
He finally broke free, but Woods chased him out of the house and down the street while continuing to attack him until the boy began to vomit, according to KSAZ.
When Woods finally stopped punching the teen, she said she was ‘going to get her cousins to take care of him’.
Though the teen had grabbed his jeans before running out of the house, he had left his phone and other clothes behind at Woods’ house and left his car parked outside the home.
Woods told police that she caused $5,300 damage to the vehicle with a baseball bat before grabbing his keys and moving the car down the street.
There were reportedly a number of valuable items missing from the car when the boy retrieved it, according to WLTX. Woods denied taking the items.
A neighbor reported a suspicious vehicle and police went to Woods’ home, where they learned the car belonged to the boy’s mother who had let him borrow the vehicle.
Woods was arrested this week and charged with criminal damage, assault and unlawful means of transportation.
This is Woods’ second arrest for violence toward a minor, according to KNXV.
In 2012, she pleaded guilty to felony intimidation after threatening her 17-year-old neighbor with a metal baton
Source: Daily Mail