NEIGHBORHOOD DISPUTE TURNS INTO ASSAULT WITH BASEBALL BAT

NEIGHBORHOOD DISPUTE TURNS INTO ASSAULT WITH BASEBALL BAT

NEIGHBORHOOD DISPUTE TURNS INTO ASSAULT WITH BASEBALL BAT
A neighborhood dispute over unpaid yard work turned ugly and ended with one woman being arrested for assault. According to the Sheriff’s department, Irene Hudson, 48, of Landers, did some yard work for a neighbor. Hudson said the neighbor never paid her for the work, but gave her a computer to hold until she–the neighbor–could get the money. Then about 11:30 Monday morning, the neighbor came to Hudson’s home in the 800 block of Sunny Vista Road to retrieve the computer, but Hudson said she still hadn’t been paid. Hudson told deputies the neighbor tried to pull her over her fence and also pulled her hair, and so Hudson went into her house to get a baseball bat to defend herself. After an investigation, the deputy arrested Irene Hudson on suspicion of assault with a weapon. Hudson was booked into the Morongo Basin Jail with bail set at $50,000.

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