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Domestic reported in Maunie as sisters throw down

Posted by on Monday, September 9th, 2019 @ 9:21 pm.

WHITE CO., Ill. – The riverside village of Maunie was the scene of an alleged domestic this weekend that resulted in a report but no arrests.

The report indicates that on Friday (September 6) at approximately 8:58 p.m., a deputy responded to a location on the 300 block of Morrell Street in Crossville in reference to a report of a domestic battery which had taken place earlier in Maunie.

Upon arrival the deputy met with Chasity N. Prince, 26, who stated she’d been involved in a physical altercation with her sister, Celina J. Prince, 25, while outside their mother’s residence located on Sheridan Street in Maunie. Chasity stated that her mother, Joyce E. Prince, 51, had witnessed the incident. Chasity stated that the altercation took place after she confronted a local juvenile for using a racial slur in reference to her daughter, and when Celina found out Chasity had confronted the juvenile, Celina became verbally abusive towards Chasity.

Chasity stated that while she and Celina were arguing, Celina’s daughter asked them to stop, at which point Chasity alleged that Celina then began to threaten Chasity’s daughter.

Chasity said she told her sister to stop threatening the child, which made Celina even more angry…and that’s when Celina, Chasity said, began advancing toward her in a threatening manner. Chasity said she was afraid Celina was going to attack her so she put her arm up to defend herself, but that Celina then punched her in the left eye with her fist.

Chasity stated that Celina then continued to strike her, and both of them fell to the ground; during the struggle, Chasity said, Celina struck her in the stomach with her knee. Chasity stated that Celina knew Chasity was pregnant, and Chasity said she believed the strike to her stomach was intentional.

Their mother attempted to intervene to stop the fight; when the two were separated, Chasity told Celina she was going to call the police, at which point Celina left the residence. The incident, Chasity said, took place at approximately 7:30 p.m.; she didn’t report the incident until she returned home and her boyfriend advised her to do so.

The deputy told Chasity that due to the nature of her injuries, an investigation would be conducted into the matter, and he received Chasity’s affirmative in regards to cooperation. Her injuries were photographed, and White County Ambulance was called. They determined she didn’t need ambulance transport at this time, but a family member agreed to transport her to Wabash General Hospital in Mt. Carmel for medical attention.

A report has been forwarded to White County State’s Attorney Denton Aud for his consideration, and as of today (Monday, Sept. 9), no charges have been filed.

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