TPD: Fight Leads to Three People Injured - SLIDE SHOW

By: TPD Press Release; Jill Chandler Email
By: TPD Press Release; Jill Chandler Email

Tallahassee, FL - September 21, 2011 --

Blood is still spattered on the doorsteps where three people were stabbed.

Tuesday afternoon a fight between two teenage girls broke out in the parking lot at 506 McKeithen Drive.

At some point, the girls' mothers got involved in the fight. Police say Lubertha Harris pulled out a knife and started stabbing people.

Teona Thompson lives there and saw the whole fight. She said, "The parents should have took their kids and put them in the house, and not go into the other persons house and try to like get into an argument. They should have been the bigger person and stopped it."

One mother had what police call "disfiguring injuries" to her nose, cheek, fingers and more. Her daughter was stabbed in the back, cheek and forehead. And Harris was injured too. Harris is in jail now charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.

Tallahassee, FL -- September 20, 2011 --

The Tallahassee Police Department responded to 506 McKeithen Street at approximately 4 p.m. this afternoon for a fight in progress. Upon arrival, officers located three injured parties, who were given immediate medical care and transported to local hospitals.

Further investigation revealed the fight started between two juveniles and escalated after the adult residents got involved. One of the parties, later identified as Lubertha Harris, produced a knife during the fight and injured two adults and herself, one of whom received a severe laceration which is not believed to be life threatening. Investigators and the Forensic Unit responded to the scene for follow up.

TPD has charged Lubertha Harris with two counts of Aggravated Battery with a Deadly Weapon and arrested two juveniles for Public Affray in connection with this incident. The investigation is on-going.

Arrested: Lubertha Harris black female 07/22/73

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  • by KnowThem Location: Tallahssee on Sep 23, 2011 at 09:24 AM
    I know both of them. This was going to happen sooner or later. Teenager forever running mouth and keeping a mess stirred. Mother alway backing her up. Now look where mama is and daughter still running mouth. Where is the love and respect for the mother.
  • by Anonymous on Sep 22, 2011 at 11:14 AM
    look at my dawq teona lddpppp
  • by Anonymous on Sep 22, 2011 at 08:28 AM
    Not the government's fault....people are stupid and no official can change that...we are a society that takes care of the ignorant instead of letting them take care of themselves..and they want special privledges, tell them to act like they deserve it.
  • by Lady Justice Location: Tally on Sep 22, 2011 at 07:43 AM
    I remember Lubertha. Quiet people who don’t bother anyone will put a whooping on somebody/Someone had to do something to push her over/Lord please show her mercy/What she did was not right by far/but/I sure hope those bullies learned a lesson as their wounds slooooowly crust and heal/That wasn’t nice to say, but it sure felt good saying it.
  • by Grace Location: Tallahassee on Sep 22, 2011 at 05:10 AM
    Some people should not be allowed to have children.... or knives!
  • by rip666 Location: tally on Sep 22, 2011 at 04:48 AM
    This is so sad ,more kids withouy a father now the mother might not be around to raise her children sad.and as far it being called getto,am I missing something,U people all of u should take a long look at urself.sit in little rooms making fun of folks,but what about u ?.hmm just maybe you're a little sicker than u first thought
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      by Realist on Sep 22, 2011 at 05:34 AM in reply to rip666
      Ummmmm, no. And; anyway you look at it those children's environment will improve over what it was.
  • by Dr. Spock Location: Superior Position on Sep 21, 2011 at 07:59 PM
    LuBertha's exposition of coping skills imparted to her children a valuable lesson. There can be little doubt that LuBertha's children will not soon forget the monumental importance that the long respected credo of "you ain't gonna do me like that there" presents in modern society. This powerful life lesson will serve LuBertha's children very well, as they progress throughout their adolescence and long into their professional careers.
  • by TallyTrashTalks2 Location: Tallahassee on Sep 21, 2011 at 06:42 PM
    Kids learn the most from the enviroment that surrounds them not their race. Shame on any parent having their children learn from their own TRASH character and behavior they see as a "role model".
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      by JODIE on Sep 21, 2011 at 10:12 PM in reply to TallyTrashTalks2
      I TOTALLY agree!STOP letting NENE from that trash show, be a role model!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • by July Location: Tallahassee on Sep 21, 2011 at 02:37 PM
    I am sure that now "the affray" has occured, she feels it was not worth it.
  • by Anonymous on Sep 21, 2011 at 01:06 PM
    This lady is THIRTY EIGHT and needs to use a knife instead of words? Nice.
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