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Tulsa Police Use Pepper Spray to Separate Fighting Women

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Tulsa Police officers were forced to use pepper spray to separate two fighting women Sunday afternoon.

Police were called to a location on E 27th Ct. for a domestic disturbance around 1 p.m. Sunday.

When officers arrived, they found one female holding back another, identified as 33-year-old Chantelle Henderson.

When officers told the woman to release Henderson, police said Henderson began to punch her several times in the face.

After trying to separate them, an officer said he had to use a second burst of pepper spray to get them apart.

Henderson was booked in the Tulsa Co. jail on an assault & battery charge.

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