Sabryna Bell, the woman accused of kicking a 2-year-old to the ground in Golden Gate Park on Monday, was reportedly too busy yelling and screaming inside her holding cell to attend her arraignment last week, reported the SF Examiner.
Bell’s arraignment is now set for Thursday, as she remains in jail on $250,000 bail.
Throughout the week, details were released by police about the 24-year-old’s alleged terror-storm against multiple parents and children at Golden Gate Park’s Koret Children’s Quarter Playground.
The injured toddler — visiting the city to attend a wedding with her family — walked past Bell who kicked the child to the ground for no apparent reason, police said.
The child hit her head against the pavement but fortunately suffered no serious injuries. Bell was reportedly wearing boots.
Bell was not finished after allegedly kicking the toddler, however. Police told The Ex Bell then kicked a baby stroller that hit a mother holding another child. She was reportedly also yelling sentiments like:
“B****, I will kill your children.”
After fleeing the scene, Bell was arrested by police a few blocks from the playground in the 400 block of Carl Street. Police told The Ex that Bell did not seem to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Assistant District Attorney Alex Bastian told the Ex Bell will be charged with three felonies — assault, child endangerment and making criminal threats — and two misdemeanors for child endangerment and battery.