According to a police report, the incident happened at 1:30am Saturday when the mother, Alta Thweat, parked her car in a no-parking zone so that she could pick up her young children from an apartment complex.
The on-duty security officer, Steven Vincenty of Vanguard Security Services, asked her move. Thweat refused, and referred to him as “wanna-be pig.” Vincenty responded, and the two began trading insults. A some point, Thweat spat on him.
Claiming that he’d been battered by the woman spitting on him, Vincenty attempted to block Thweat from leaving by stepping in front of her car as it began to move.
This, predictably, resulted in him getting struck with a car — in response, he drew his nightstick and began pounding on the vehicle as she drove away. According to the police, Vincenty at one point “unholstered his weapon, but did not point it at Thweat.” The report added that “Instead, he asked her to stop what she was doing and informed her that she was endangering her life and that of her children.”
Thweat gave a different version, telling police he repeatedly jumped in front of her car and aimed his pistol at her and her 2- and 4-year-old children. “I was frightened,” she said Monday in a telephone interview.
Vincenty could not be reached for comment.
Neither he nor Thweat, both 28, were arrested as he refused to press charges and she signed a form declining to prosecute, according to police. However, Thweat said Monday she wants him prosecuted.
source: Orlando Sun