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Women arrested for large fight

On Thursday, officers from the LaGrange Police Department responded to a call at the George Harris Baseball Complex about a large fight involving several females, according to an LPD press release. Asia McQueen, 24, and eight juvenile females were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.

During the incident, Zykeria Cole, 22; Tavezha Brown, 19; and a 17-year-old turned themselves in for having outstanding battery warrants. They were taken into custody at the Troup County Sheriff’s Office.

All three had allegedly been involved in a previous fight that LPD officers were made aware of on July 4, according to the press release and LPD Cpt. Mike Pheil.

A complainant had provided the responding officer for that incident with a video depicting a group of females fighting.

Within the next few days, more people told the LPD that the incident was part of an on-going problem involving several females. Upon further investigation, officers discovered several previously reported incidents involving multiple parties involved in the ongoing dispute.

Several involved parties were identified.

Between July 4 and July 15, 2021, LPD said the following charges were made: Sahaja Mosley, 19, was arrested and charged with three counts of criminal trespass.

At the time, Mosley was on bond for battery and criminal trespass. Laquioa Gray, 22, was arrested and charged with battery and aggravated stalking. At the time, Gray was on bond for battery.

Zymeria Bridges, 21, was arrested and charged with battery. At the time, Bridges was on bond for battery, criminal trespass, disorderly conduct, and affray. Artevies Heard, 38, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.

Amiya Gamble, 19, was arrested and charged with three counts of criminal trespass.

This investigation is ongoing.

Additional involved parties will be identified, and warrants will be sought for their arrest.

Anyone with additional information regarding this case is asked to call LPD at (706) 883-2603 or report information anonymously to Troup County Crime Stoppers by calling (706) 812-1000.