A security guard filed charges against a customer at Navy Federal Credit Union for blowing vape smoke in his face in March.

Marlicia Parker, 23, of Augusta, was picked up Saturday on a warrant for simple battery.

The guard, 67-year-old Clarence Lawrence with Allied Universal, told deputies that the young woman was parked in the no parking fire lane in front of the bank’s ATM on March 31. He asked her to move her vehicle, but she became irate and yelled at him, a sheriff’s report says.

“(She) then stepped toward Lawrence to get a foot away from him and blew vape smoke into his face,” the report says.

The suspect denied to officers that she blew smoke in his face, but a witness confirmed the woman stepped forward and blew the smoke intentionally, the report says.

No arrest was made that day, but the guard was given a case number and told how to proceed.