Suzanne Craft is accused of returning to her neighbors’ property and pouring what looks like kitty litter into their fountain.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – A woman accused of racial insults with a pistol on the driveway of a family in Lake Forest is again charged with vandalism.
Suzanne Craft, who lives two doors down from the Pineda family, is accused of returning to their property and pouring what looks like cat litter into their fountain.
Surveillance video from the Pineda house shows that someone, who appears to be walking from the alley of Craft, has put something in the courtyard of La Pineda.
This is not the first time that Pineda’s surveillance cameras have captured acts of suspected vandalism on their property.
Craft was accused of racially insulting pistols on Alley in La Pineda in the summer. The incident was caught on surveillance camera and Craft was charged with harassment and criminal mischief in July.
In August, Craft appeared before a judge and was found in contempt for violating a no-contact order filed two months earlier. She was reportedly captured by a surveillance camera using chemicals to burn a swastika in La Pineda’s lawn.
Craft’s lawyer claims she is innocent.
Although a trial date has not been set, a hearing will be held next month.
Michella and Connie Pineda, who live at the home with their children, posted on Facebook that they had received death threats, as well as bullets in the mail recently. They told WHAS11 that they wouldn’t feel safe until Craft was behind bars.