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BERRIEN COUNTY, GA (WALB) -

A Berrien County man will likely be arrested over a street fight between his daughter and another girl. As a group gathered to watch the fight, video was shot and ended up on YouTube.

The three minute fight took place on Old Milltown Road in Berrien County Tuesday.

The sheriff says 16-year-old Alexis Fackler and 17-year-old Tabitha Harp slugged it out in front of a crowd that included at least one parent.

The sheriff says Alexis' father, Michael Fackler, is heard encouraging his daughter to hit the other girl.

The sheriff says Michael Fackler will be charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

We reached out to the girls and their families today for comment but didn't hear back from them.

 

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