From David Richie:
A parolee is in Sacramento County Main Jail, deemed ineligible for bail, after police said she went berserk in the Sayonara Drive area of Citrus Heights Wednesday afternoon and threatened several residents with what police describe as a "large fixed blade knife."
Police officers do not know what happened to trigger Susan Marie Peacock's temper. Peacock, 49, was first seen riding a bicycle near her home on Sayonara Drive. Then she approached several homes on nearby Ming Way and started screaming at the people inside, who told police that they did not know her.
Peacock then broke a front window of one home and stabbed the door several times before walking back into the middle of the street, where she reportedly screamed anti-Hispanic slurs.
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Peacock then menaced a woman who was sitting in a nearby parked car but the woman managed to get away, officials said.
When police officers arrived, Peacock dropped the knife, complied with all their commands and was taken into custody with no more trouble.
She was booked on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, felony vandalism, threatening people with a weapon, and parole violation.