Women accused of arranging fight between daughters
A Uniontown woman and her 12-year-old daughter and an Adah woman and her 14-year-old-sister will be cited for disorderly conduct after the women tried to arrange a fight between their daughters, police said.
Uniontown state police Trooper Christopher Newman said Crystal Lynn Hall, 30, of Uniontown, invited Audrey L. Schreckengost, 31, of Adah, to a Georges location Sunday night so their daughters could fight.
Schreckengost brought her 14-year-old sister and 11-year-old daughter to the scene.
The sister was the one who ended up in a fight with Hall's 12-year-old daughter, police said. Then Hall and Schreckengost began to fight, police said.
The 11-year-old did not participate, police said.
No one was injured.
The four will receive summary citations for disorderly conduct, police said.
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