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4 arrested in nail salon brawl

Police officers responded to a "fight in progress" call around 1:50 p.m. Monday at A&T Nails on Highway 72. Police officers responded to a "fight in progress" call around 1:50 p.m. Monday at A&T Nails on Highway 72.
Beverly Ricks, Roy Fletcher, Senequa Ricks (Source: Metro Jail) Beverly Ricks, Roy Fletcher, Senequa Ricks (Source: Metro Jail)
MADISON, AL (WAFF) -

Four family members were arrested after an altercation at a Madison nail salon.

Police officers responded to a "fight in progress" call around 1:50 p.m. Monday at A&T Nails on Highway 72.

Investigators said one person got into an altercation with a salon employee, and several family members arrived at the store and got involved. By the time police arrived, the fight had broken up, but the family members would not leave the store.

The family members became disorderly and they were arrested. Officers had to use a stun gun to subdue one of the offenders.

The offenders face several charges including resisting arrest, and public intoxication.

Sgt. Drew Westrope said the salon employee suffered minor injuries in the fight.

Westrope said it's unclear what started the fight, but, "They all had beef and they brought their friends to the show."

Senequa Ricks, 23, the woman who allegedly started the brawl, was booked into the Metro Jail and charged with disorderly conduct. Her bond was set at $343.

Police also arrested Beverly Ricks, 42, and Roy Fletcher, 43. Beverly Ricks was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and obstructing government operations. Her bond was set at $343.

Fletcher was charged with resisting arrest and booked into jail on $443. The fourth family member was not listed on the Metro Jail roster.

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