The woman who allegedly poured gasoline on a Brooklyn yeshiva and sparked a fire has been charged with a hate crime, authorities said.
Sharee Jones, 39, was arrested Sunday morning for allegedly dousing a fenced-off area at Yeshivah of Flatbush Joel Braverman High School with the propellent from a gas can Thursday evening, setting it ablaze, authorities said.
She was charged with reckless endangerment as a hate crime and fifth-degree arson, cops said.
The incident was captured on surveillance video released by police. Cops also released an image of the woman holding a blue megaphone and carrying the red canister.
Luckily, a yeshiva security guard was able to extinguish the fire with water, authorities said. No injuries were reported.
Jones has eight prior unsealed arrests, including busts for assault, domestic assault, criminal possession of stolen property and criminal contempt, cops said.