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Students, moms arrested after high school brawl

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Two students-- and two parents -- are arrested after a fight at Albany High School.

A total of seven students were involved in the fight, which stemmed from comments made on social media. Five of them are juveniles.

Two older students, 17-year-olds Shaquaria Williams and Jameshia Love, are charged with disorderly conduct and disruption of a public school.

After parents were called to the school, Dougherty County School Police say two of them, 33 year-old Shauntay Johnson and 32 year-old Lucrese Lewis, began fighting and were arrested. They are also charged with disorderly conduct and disruption of a public school.

"Before you know it they were exchanging licks, or blows. It wasn't an all-out melee, but there was a few strikes that were passed in between the two female parents," said Dougherty County School Police Chief Troy Conley.

Jameshia Love's mother was not arrested as we initially reported.

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