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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -
Thomasville Police were attacked when they responded to a fight between a suspected prostitute and her customer.
48-year old Robin Manning called 911 to the Meadow Street Home.
His face was bloody and he told police he paid 34-year old Holly Brumblow for sex.
He says she asked for more money, and when he refused, she punched him in the face.
Police say they were attacked by Brumblow's sister Sonya and their mother Janet Vinson.
"After the officer attempted to get Ms. Holly Brumblow under control, these two ladies jumped on the officers back and grabbed some of his equipment and he was able to get them off of him, along with the other officers. And they were charged along with Holly. They were charged with obstruction," said Lt. Eric Hampton.
Holly Brumblow is charged with prostitution and assault.
Investigators say they're still not sure whether Manning will be charged.