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Jail brawl breaks out when 2 women visit same inmate

It was the second time the women had come to visit the same man and ended up coming at the same time

By Joe Petrie
Patch.com

MILWAUKEE, Wis. — Two Milwaukee woman are facing charges after they got into a brawl when they both went to visit the same man in Waukesha County Jail without the other one knowing.

Vashti C. Davis, 25, and Andrea M. Williams, 27, were both charged in Waukesha County Circuit Court on Wednesday with one count of disorderly conduct. If convicted, they could serve up to 90 days in jail and pay $1,000 in fines.

According to the criminal complaint:

On Feb. 23, Davis was at the jail visiting her boyfriend when Williams showed up. It was the second time the women had come to visit the same man and ended up coming at the same time.

Full story: Jail Brawl Breaks out When two Women Visit Same Inmate

 



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