According to a police report. 32-year-old Kezia Perkins was attempting to park in a handicapped spot at the Greenfield Walmart store. She couldn’t make the turn, and that’s when the 71-year-old woman pulled in. “They both had handicapped tags. The older lady took the spot,” Rawlings said. This apparently angered Perkins. Surveillance photos show Perkins going up to the victim’s car and yelling through the passenger side window. After waiting a moment, the 71-year-old woman exited her vehicle, and Perkins approached her. “This lady chest-butted,” Rawlings said. A nearby officer was flagged down. Perkins allegedly told police “it’s not my fault the elderly woman bounced off my big (chest).” When police ran her license, they found it is suspended and Perkins’ handicapped placard isn’t valid. That placard wasn’t even registered in Perkins’ name, police say. Rawlings says he tended to the victim, who was lying on the snowy pavement. “From what she told me when I was tending to her, she just had hip surgery done. She couldn`t move. It may have come undone,” Rawlings said. According to police, the woman ended up going through five hours of surgery after she was attacked. The attack allegedly caused fractures to her femur and the need for a second hip replacement. Perkins is being charged with aggravated battery.