DANBURY, Conn. -- Four women were charged with assault in an attack on two others at a Danbury gas station Thursday night, according to The News-Times.
A driver was pumping gas at Shell at 445 N. Main St. at about 11 p.m., when another woman who was also pumping gas began threatening her, the News-Times said. Soon, four women were on top of her, with one of them strangling her, The News-Times reported.
The suspects were identified as Waterbury resident Lalinna Ouk, 29, and Danbury residents Talaya Callands, 28; Janell Callands, 27; and Providence Donahue, 25, The News-Times said.
Each was charged with third-degree assault, threatening and disorderly conduct, the report said. Talaya Callands also was charged with third-degree strangulation, The News-Times.
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