Woman Seen In Viral Video Setting A Man’s Car On Fire Has Been Arrested

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Yesterday a viral video of a woman setting a man’s car on fire was shared all over social media and ya’ll the sheer shock of it all sent me.

I don’t know if this was supposed to be a “Waiting to Exhale Moment” or what, but sis almost lost her life and now she has been arrested for criminal damage.

Watch below as 34-year-old Kelly S. Hayes tries to set her ‘boyfriend’s’ car on fire:

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Cell phone video captures the moment a woman lights her boyfriend’s Jeep on fire.

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Most of the comments on the video called it karma and now that she has been arrested double Karma. According to NBC 15

A woman armed with a baseball bat allegedly smashed out a car’s windows before dousing it in gas and setting it on fire on Madison’s south side Tuesday evening.

Police say it appears the car belonged to a man the woman previously had a relationship with.

According to MPD, officers and firefighters responded to an area in the 2000 block of Greenway Cross just after 5 p.m. after residents reported that a Chevy Impala was engulfed in flames.

A witness told officers that a woman was behind the fire, and another added that they had gotten the license plate of the suspect’s car.

Kelly S. Hayes, 34 of Madison, was arrested for arson and criminal damage to property. The car appears to be a total loss.

The video has been shared multiple times everywhere, but we saw it first on the Neighborhood talk, this is what they shared today:

Neighbors, as we posted yesterday of homegirl almost taking herself out with that toxic mentality by setting a man’s car on fire. Well guess what! Sis is now in the slammer after being caught!

According to NBC 15, Kelly S. Hayes, 34 of Madison, was arrested for arson and criminal damage to property after allegedly using a baseball bat to smash out a car’s windows before dousing it in gas and setting it on fire on Tuesday evening.

It appears the car belonged to a man the woman previously had a relationship with. I guess this entanglement must’ve ended badly.

When police arrived at the scene a witness told the officers that a woman was behind the fire, and another added that they had gotten the license plate of the suspect’s car.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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TNHT Staff: @karleasian _________________________________________________ Neighbors, as we posted yesterday of homegirl almost taking herself out with that toxic mentality by setting a man’s car on fire. Well guess what! Sis is now in the slammer after being caught! _________________________________________________ According to NBC 15, Kelly S. Hayes, 34 of Madison, was arrested for arson and criminal damage to property after allegedly using a baseball bat to smash out a car’s windows before dousing it in gas and setting it on fire on Tuesday evening. _________________________________________________ It appears the car belonged to a man the woman previously had a relationship with. I guess this entanglement must’ve ended badly. _________________________________________________ When police arrived to the scene a witness told the officers that a woman was behind the fire, and another added that they had gotten the license plate of the suspect’s car.

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We do not usually post entanglements unrelated to hair but this one was pretty interesting. Sis next time, don’t even try to blow up his car just let go and let God.

Update and plot Twist

(Photo: Macomb County Sheriff’s Office)

There is another woman charged for Arson in Harrison, this woman is 26 year old Sydney Parham. According to Detroit News:

A 26-year-old woman was charged Friday in connection with an arson fire outside a Harrison Township apartment complex, the Macomb County Sheriff’s office announced.

Deputies were dispatched about 8 a.m. Wednesday to the San Remo Villa Apartments near Union Lake Road on reports of a vehicle fire and found a black Jeep fully engulfed, investigators said in a statement. Township firefighters responded and extinguished the blaze. 

Several witnesses and video of the incident identified the suspect as Sydney Parham, who is acquainted with the Jeep’s owner, according to the release.

Authorities tracked the woman to her Fraser home. She was arrested during a traffic stop with help from Roseville police and taken to the Macomb County Jail.

Parham was arraigned Friday at 41B District Court in Clinton Township on one count of third-degree arson. Bond was set at $20,000.

She is scheduled to return to court Aug. 5.

This is why we never post entanglements, we wish both women luck. SMH!

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