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Work altercation leads to home invasion and arrests

A work incidence at the Maumelle Kimberly Clark plant spilled over to violence at a Maumelle home on Dec.12, when Andria Hervey said she was in her Edgewood Drive Apartment and three women she knew from work followed her home and allegedly forced their way into her home and attacked her and her daughter.

Hervey said the doorbell rang and she heard loud beating and knocking on her door only to open it and have three women from work “force their way inside her home,” where they begin to hit and punch the victim causing visible injuries to her forehead and eyes causing bleeding, according to an arrest warrant issued by Maumelle District Court.

The victim also claimed one of the intruders “grabbed her five-year-old daughter and held her hand over her mouth to keep the child from screaming.”

Police said the small child had scratches on her face.

The altercation between the four women began at their workplace, Kimberly Clark, police said.

At the time the two victims were treated by Maumelle Fire and Rescue and Metropolitan Emergency Medical Services but declined transport to a local hospital.

The complaint was filed as a residential burglary and as battery in the third-degree.

Parks, 22, of Plumberville was arrested on Jan. 5, charged with residential burglary and battery — third degree with the purpose of causing injury after a traffic stop she was involved with.

Parks was transported to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility and released on $10,745 bail.

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