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  • 'I didn’t go into those people’s store to fight': Woman charged in Columbus Dollar Tree fight speaks out

    Tyeisha Hightower describes the scene at the Buena Vista Road Dollar Tree where, she says, she was bumped into and then followed into the store before the other women involved began to throw store items at her and her daughter.

'I didn’t go into those people’s store to fight': Woman charged in Columbus Dollar Tree fight speaks out

Tyeisha Hightower describes the scene at the Buena Vista Road Dollar Tree where, she says, she was bumped into and then followed into the store before the other women involved began to throw store items at her and her daughter.
Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer