Fox 6 Now
March 5, 2015
A fight over a handicapped parking spot sent an elderly woman to the hospital! It happened at the Walmart store on W. Layton Avenue in Greenfield.
The suspect is accused of using her chest to knock a 71-year-old woman to the ground in a fight over a handicapped parking spot.
John Rawlings of West Allis says growing up, he was taught a valuable lesson.
“It doesn`t matter who is in the right and who is in the wrong. You should treat everybody as you want to be treated,” Rawlings said.
That lesson is the first thing he thought of when he saw the fight during a recent trip to Walmart.
“I saw this other vehicle parked behind this SUV,” Rawlings said.
According to a police report. 32-year-old Kezia Perkins was attempting to park in a handicapped spot at the Greenfield Walmart store. She couldn’t make the turn, and that’s when the 71-year-old woman pulled in.
“They both had handicapped tags. The older lady took the spot,” Rawlings said.
This apparently angered Perkins. Surveillance photos show Perkins going up to the victim’s car and yelling through the passenger side window. After waiting a moment, the 71-year-old woman exited her vehicle, and Perkins approached her.
“This lady chest-butted,” Rawlings said.