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5 Riverside students suspended, charged for roles in bloody brawl

By Jim Fair, Editor
Published on Thursday, March 23, 2017

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Top row, Breann Lillian Gaylord, left, and N’Kerah Yanaja Martin. Middle row, A’Maya Frenecia Davis, left, and Natajah Seless Cruell. Bottom row, Alisha Sarrose Freeman.
 
 
 

Mug shots by Greer Police Department

Top row, Breann Lillian Gaylord, left, and N’Kerah Yanaja Martin. Middle row, A’Maya Frenecia Davis, left, and Natajah Seless Cruell. Bottom row, Alisha Sarrose Freeman.

 

 

 

Five female students have been suspended from Riverside High School after one girl was hit in the head with a bottle during a bloody brawl on Monday. All the students have been charged, according to Greer Police.

Charged with third-degree assault and battery are Alisha Sarrose Freeman, 17, and Breann Lillian Gaylord, 19, both of Greer. Charged with public disorderly conduct are Natajah Seless Cruell and A’Maya Frenecia Davis, of Greer, and N’Kerah Yanaja Martin, of Taylors, all 17, according to arrest warrants for the students.

Two of the students were treated for cuts.

All the students have been also been recommended for expulsion.

Witnesses told police that the fight was initiated with a boy walking Gaylord to class.

Freeman confronted Gaylord, challenged her to a fight and “struck her without provocation,” according to warrants. Gaylord responded by striking Freeman in the head with a bottle and Freeman began bleeding from cuts on her forehead and lip, the police report said.

Davis then entered the fray and hit Gaylord, who was removed by school administrators and students.

Police reported Martin and Cruell started to fight while Freeman was taken to the nurse’s office.

Freeman’s mother refused treatment for her daughter by EMS, instead saying she would take her daughter to the emergency room, according to police.

 

 

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