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April 23, 2014

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2 Daughters Charged After Alleged Fights
With Their Moms

Originally published: 2013-12-18 10:36:18
Last modified: 2013-12-18 10:41:20
 


The Greene County Sheriff's Department made two separate arrests on Tuesday in which women reported being attacked by their daughters.

In one incident, 31-year-old Della Reynolds, of 13700 Kinsport Hwy., was arrested for domestic assault after Deputy Brandon Baskette responded to a domestic disturbance.

In his report, Baskette said that Reynolds got into an argument with her mother, reportedly knocking her to the ground and kicking her.

The mother's "protective" St. Bernard responded by attacking Reynolds, and a witness on the scene also stepped in to remove Reynolds, reportedly resulting in another fight, Baskette said in the report.

Reynolds went to Laughlin Emergency Room for treatment and was later arrested.

In another incident, Deputy Mark Crum responded to a mother's complaint that she believed her daughter to be involved in drug activity.

When Crum responded to 5245 Old Ashville Hwy., he found 19-year-old Brandie S. Way, of that address, leaving the home carrying her 20-month-old daughter, according to the report.

Crum said that when Way saw him, she returned to the home, locking herself inside a room.

"Defendant came out of the room and lunged at her mother, stating, 'I'm going to kill you,'" Crum wrote in the report.

Way was charged with domestic assault and possession of drug paraphernalia after Crum reported finding "spoons with roxycodone residue and syringes."

According to the report, Way had two syringes in a zipped bag inside a purse that "had previously been used to inject bath salts into her body."

Both Way and Reynolds are scheduled to appear in court today.

 
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