Woman Arrested For Allegedly Beating Mom In Front Of Kids

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Updated: 9/12/2012 10:36 pm
A Lexington woman has been arrested for assaulting another woman in front of her children and nieces last month.

According to a police report, Mabel Sifuentes says she was at her mother's house when Indya Mays came to the door and asked her to come outside.

Sifuentes told police that when she stepped onto the porch, Mays started cursing at her.

She also told police that when she tried to go back inside, Mays grabbed her by the hair and started beating her up.

According to Sifuentes, her children were begging Mays to stop during the attack.

The police report says officers were called, and an ambulance took Sifuentes to the hospital.

She suffered minor injuries.

According to police documents, a warrant was issued for Mays arrest earlier this month.

Police say she was arrested late Tuesday night.
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