Oklahoma City mother taken into custody following alleged assault at high school

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OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City mother was taken into custody following an alleged assault at a high school.

On May 4, officers were called to the third floor of Capitol Hill High School in reference to a disturbance.

According to the arrest affidavit, authorities say the victim and another student were in some sort of altercation before 32-year-old Tamillya Johnson got involved.

Investigators say the victim attempted to walk away, but was confronted again by Johnson and the 16-year-old girl. The affidavit states that Johnson allegedly hit the victim with her hand before the 16-year-old girl hit the victim in the forehead with a Coke can.

Johnson was taken into custody on complaints of trespassing and assault and battery. The teenager was also arrested on a misdemeanor complaint of assault and battery.

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