A South River woman is charged with bias intimidation after repeatedly calling a hotel clerk the n-word and throwing items from the front desk at the clerk. It was all captured on a video posted to reddit and viewed by police.
Investigators say 46 year old Elizabeth Trzeciak wasn’t even staying at the Super 8 motel. She was staying at a motel next door. However, she showed up drunk and disorderly in the parking lot, according to police. Officers allowed a relative to take her away from the scene.
Hours later police say Trzeciak was back. This time, video shows her knocking things off the counter and throwing them at the clerk while repeatedly calling him the n-word. She eventually leaves as she says, “Good luck, idiot.”
It is not clear what she was so upset about. After the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office reviewed the video, Trzeciak was charged with a hate crime as well as assault, harassment and disorderly conduct.
If you want to view the video, the link to the original reddit post is here. However, we strongly caution you that this video is unedited and contains very strong language.
This is the second time this month Mount Laurel police have had to deal with a racist tirade caught on video. 45-year old Edward Matthews was captured on video using racial slurs in a confrontation with a neighbor. He is facing multiple charges. That incident drew protesters to Matthews home after the video circulated on social media.
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