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Woman arrested after alleged biting brawl at The Villages Charter School

Antiegra Dorvae James
Antiegra Dorvae James

A woman was arrested after an alleged biting brawl at The Villages Charter School.

Antiegra Dorvae James, 35, of Lady Lake, was taken into custody after the altercation at about 5:15 p.m. Saturday at the football stadium area at the Buffalo Ridge school campus, according to an arrest report from the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office.

A woman told deputies that James “hit her in the face multiple times, bit her on the left forearm and took her cellphone,” the report said. James also allegedly pulled out some of the other woman’s hair. “Locks” of her hair were found on the ground where the altercation took place. The woman had also suffered “multiple scratches and red marks on the right side of her face.” The incident was partially captured on the school’s surveillance cameras. The report noted “a large crowd gathered at the incident.”

When deputies spoke with James, it was noted that the she attempted “to conceal the victim’s phone in a grey towel.”

James was arrested on charges of theft and battery. She was booked at the Sumter County Detention Center and released after posting $3,000 bond.

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