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VIDEO: Body cam footage of woman arrested for throwing kittens in drunken rage

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Source: Bay County Sheriff's Office Source: Bay County Sheriff's Office
BAY CITY, MI (WNEM) -

Police released the body cam footage of their encounter with the woman charged with throwing kittens into the road.

Lacey Williams, 34, faced animal abuse charges after neighbors witnessed her throwing kittens into the road.

Neighbors said she went on a rampage and threw five cats off her porch into the street.

“We [saw] her come out, she took the kittens and threw them out literally on the lawn over there and then she took the mama cat and whipped it,” neighbor Krista Headings said.

Williams was arrested and sent to jail on animal cruelty charges after witnesses told police they saw her screaming and watched in disbelief as she tossed the kittens in the yard before throwing their mother into the middle of Madison Avenue in Bay City.

"I mean she took it and threw it like a football,” Headings said.

Police arrived after a 911 caller said Williams was trying to kill her cats by throwing them in the street. Police found Williams in her yard, appearing highly intoxicated, while yelling and screaming at a man across the street.

"I can't afford them. So if you wanna pay for them then you can pay for them, but I can't," Williams is heard saying to the police.

Another neighbor said he came home to neighborhood kids walking around with the cats.

“They came out of that house one of them did. Then they ran across the street with one of the kittens in their arms. Then another kid came from that way and had a kitten in his arms. I was like wow where are these kittens coming from” the neighbor said.

Other neighbors said the same night she threw the cats out, Williams busted the car window of a white Cadillac and a van in front of her house.

"I thought I had heard something like that ... being broke, something being broke, and I didn't know what it was until ... morning and I [saw] the window broke out and I was like that's gotta be what I heard,” a neighbor said.

The five cats involved were checked out and found to be uninjured. They are now in the care of Bay County Animal Control.

***WARNING: Some of these videos contain graphic language***

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