Low on fuel and patience, a woman ordered her 12-year-old daughter to beat another driver who was taking up too much room at a gas pump, authorities said.
At Quacheena Juett’s insistence, the child punched Randa St. Cyr in the face because the Lauderhill woman wouldn’t budge until she finished pumping gas, police say.
And Juett found herself in front of a Broward County judge Friday morning.
During the Aug. 17 incident, a fuming Juett, 33, confronted St. Cyr, who simply told her to wait for her to fuel up and move her car, according to a police report.
But Juett didn’t want to wait and ordered her daughter to hit St. Cyr, police say.
“No, that’s not true, that’s not true,” Juett said, shaking her head and sobbing during the court hearing Friday.
St. Cyr didn’t defend herself because she was recovering from rotator cuff surgery, police said.
But it didn’t stop there. After St. Cyr was hurt, Juett allegedly got into St. Cyr’s car, grabbed her iPhone and took off from the station at 831 W. Sunrise Blvd., the report said.
Juett was tracked down and nailed because of the iPhone’s GPS and the gas station’s surveillance system, authorities said. But before police found her, Juett pawned the iPhone, according to cops.
Detectives arrested Juett at her home Thursday.
Juett was ordered held without bond during her first-appearance court hearing Friday because she was already on probation when arrested.
She’s charged with burglary, contributing to the delinquency or dependency of a child, resisting arrest without violence, dealing in stolen property, false ownership of a pawned item and grand theft.