Rhonda Ann Wozniak is a white woman from Massachusetts, United States. Here are eight more things about her:
- She lives in Lynn, Massachusetts.
- Aside from Lynn, she has lived in other parts of Massachusetts including Woburn, Melrose and Winchester.
- She owns a white Ford Escape.
- On July 28, 2020, she allegedly drove her white Ford Escape toward three women and five children aged 5 to 12 in a parking lot in Swampscott, Massachusetts. The alleged victims, who are all African-American, just left The Cookie Monstah bakeshop and were returning to their cars. When the women asked her to slow down, she allegedly shouted racial insults and slurs at them, telling them to “go back where they belong.”
- On September 30, 2020, she pleaded not guilty to assault with a dangerous weapon, disturbing the peace, disorderly conduct and eight counts of civil rights violation during her arraignment in Lynn District Court on Essex Street in Lynn. Judge Cesar Achilla set her bail at $1,000 and ordered her to stay away from and have no contact with her alleged victims involved in the July 28, 2020 incident.
- She was scheduled to return to court on October 19, 2020 for a pre-trial hearing.
- On November 9, 2021, she pleaded guilty to eight counts of civil rights violations and eight counts of assault with a deadly weapon. She was represented by Doug Ryan and Joe Simons.
- She was 61 years old when Judge Jean Curran sentenced her on November 9, 2021 in Lynn District Court to nine months of probation. She is required to perform 40 hours of community service and seek or maintain employment and prohibited from having contact with her victims involved in the July 28, 2020 incident.