A North Charleston woman is in jail after she came back to finish a fight that police broke up, according to the incident report.
Shortly after 8 a.m. June 28, North Charleston police were called to a house on Poplin Avenue to check on a report of a fight over money, according to the incident report. Officers found Tameka Sheri Brown, 27, of Gary Drive in North Charleston at the house and put her on trespass notice at the request of the resident.
A few minutes later, officers were called back to the same house. The resident said Brown came back after officers left, entered through the back door without permission, got a knife from the kitchen, came into the bedroom and threatened to “stick” the woman. The resident said she grabbed a hammer and the two started fighting and ended up on the front porch. Brown then went around the house, broke out a bedroom window, threw her copy of the trespass notice on the front porch and left, the resident told police.
Officers went to Brown’s house to talk to her. She told officers she entered the house through the front door and attacked the woman with her hands, according to the report. Neither woman required medical treatment.
Brown was charged with first-degree burglary and first-degree assault and battery. She was being held in the Charleston County jail Monday on $75,000 total bail.
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