ROCK HILL — Four Rock Hill women were arrested after police say they fought with a pregnant woman, leaving her with injuries after she was slammed to the ground, police say.
At about 1 p.m. Wednesday, police went to Lister Street, off Constitution Boulevard, after receiving complaints about a fight, according to a Rock Hill police report. A woman, 23, told police she was six months pregnant and had just been slammed to the ground.
The pregnant woman told police two women, Nemoneshi Verner, 40, and Felicia Williams, 24, started “talking trash” before they started fighting with her, the report states. One of the women, she said, brought a knife to the fight.
Police also spoke with Sciorra and Shaquavious Dunham, both 20, who said they were involved in the fight, the report states. According to the report, both said the pregnant woman, Williams and Verner started “talking trash” to them before they all started to fight in a nearby field.
A teenager, 17, said she filmed the fight and showed it to police, the report states. Police could not determined who instigated the fight from the video, but could hear someone yell, “I’m going to cut your (expletive) throat.”
Police arrested and charged Verner, Williams and both Dunhams with disorderly conduct, the report states. The pregnant woman was not arrested. She was taken to Piedmont Medical Center.