FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Aug. 31 (UPI) -- A Florida woman was being held after allegedly telling her daughter to punch a woman she felt was hogging space at a gas station, authorities said.
Quacheena Juett, 33, of Fort Lauderdale, already on probation for an earlier infraction, was ordered held without bail Friday, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported.
The service station confrontation occurred Aug. 17 when Juett, impatient to get her car fueled, allegedly commanded her 12-year-old daughter to assault Randa St. Cyr of Lauderhill because St. Cyr wouldn't move her vehicle before she finished pumping gas, police said.
St. Cyr, who said she couldn't defend herself because she was recovering from rotator cuff surgery, was punched in the face, police said.
Juett allegedly then grabbed St. Cyr's iPhone from the woman's car before leaving the scene and pawned it, police said.
Juett was arrested Thursday and charged with burglary, contributing to the delinquency or dependency of a child, resisting arrest without violence, dealing in stolen property, false ownership of a pawned item and grand theft, the newspaper said.