Angry woman causes great harm to roommate’s breasts by burning them with lit cigarette


Heather G. Rockefeller 
By: Wayne Morin

A woman was arrested on a charge of aggravated battery causing great harm after allegedly burning her roommate's breasts with a lit cigarette, according to police in Florida.

The Crestview Police Department said that they have arrested 36-year-old Heather G. Rockefeller, after being accused of using a lit cigarette to burn her roommate who was removing her belongings from their home.

In court, Rockefeller pleaded not guilty to aggravated battery causing great harm.

According to the police investigation, several women began removing Rockefeller’s belongings from her home and placed them on her car.

When one woman came out of the home with a handful of clothes, Rockefeller approached her with a lit cigarette, told her goodbye and placed the burned cigarette on her breasts.

The victim, who was not identified, called the police. Police officers who arrived at the scene, noticed burn marks on the victim’s breasts.

Rockefeller told police that she was angry because the women removed her belongings from the residence.