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Franklin County Prosecutor's Office Cuts Deal With Woman Charged During Riots

OCTOBER 7, 2021



BILLY DYNISE PEEBLES Sentenced to one day in jail for her role that injured a man and destroyed his car during the Summer Riots of 2020 in Columbus.

One day in jail.


The price 24-year-old Billy Dynise Peebles paid for her role in a vicious mob attack that injured a man and destroyed his vehicle during the Summer Riots of 2020 in Columbus.


On September 30, Peebles pleaded guilty to criminal damaging and endangering, a first-degree misdemeanor that carries up to 180 days in jail and a $1,000 fine. Franklin County Court of Common Pleas Judge Kim Brown sentenced Peebles to one day in jail which she already served in January.


A Franklin County grand jury indicted Peebles on aggravated riot, a fourth-degree felony that carries up to 18 months in prison and a $5,000 fine.


A Columbus Division of Police helicopter pilot recorded the June 11, 2020 incident. The disturbing video shows no fewer than two dozen people surround the car at the intersection of State Street and Fourth Street, pull the driver out of the vehicle and smash out its windows.


You see a woman, wearing a red hoodie, walk to her car, pull something out of the trunk, walk to the victim’s vehicle and, with the object she grabbed from the trunk, smashes out the front passenger’s window. Police later identified the woman as Billy Dynise Peebles.


The Sussi Report discovered it’s not the first time Billy Dynise Peebles has been in trouble with the law.


- February 25, 2004: Police say Peebles kicked and punched her teacher at Highland Elementary School. She was seven years old.


- April 17, 2010: Police say Peebles beat up a 12-year-old girl, grabbed her by the hair, threw her to the ground, punched and kicked her in the head. Peebles told police the girl called her a bitch.


- November 12, 2012: Police picked Peebles up for truancy.


- March 15, 2015: Peebles drove into parked vehicles and fled the scene. Police issued her a citation for driving without a license, hit-skip and failure to control.


- October 16, 2015: Police arrested Peebles for breaking into a neighbor’s house and stealing the family’s television, radio, stereo, VCR, and a few credit cards.


- March 18, 2018: Police issued Peebles a citation for driving without a valid license.


Below is a copy of the Columbus Division of Police helicopter video. Billy Dynise Peebles is wearing a red hoodie.




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