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Brawl over Easter candy results in ban from Walmart

A group of women involved in fracas in Walmart over Easter candy have been banned from the store.
The women ó Carolyn Elizabeth Chawlk, Carmeisha Shannell Mitchell, Samise Tyshone Mitchell, Kim Rochelle Williams Mashore, Latikgwa Nikia Williams, Tameika Shareece Drye and Tiffany Elaine Chambers ó were all charged in April with misdemeanor injury to real property and misdemeanor simple affray.
The fight occurred in the Easter candy aisle with damages to the candy and decorations totalling nearly $800. Police were uncertain how or why the fight started. Each claimed the other started the fight. Police charged all of the women, saying investigators could not determine who started the fight.
Court records show the women were all sentenced to 30 days in jail, which was suspended to 18 months of supervised probation. All were ordered to stay away from Walmart as well as the other women involved in the brawl. All were ordered to pay $770 in restitution to the store.
Chambers, Chawlk, Carmeisha Mitchell and Shamise Mitchell also paid $213 in court fines, while Drye paid $198 in court fines. Latikgwa Williams was ordered to pay $203 in court fines and Kim Williams was ordered to pay $193 in fines.

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