PITTSBURGH - Two women were arrested Thursday night after police said they attacked three other women at a bar on Pittsburgh's South Side.
Investigators said the two women walked into the Green Front Inn on Carson Street armed with a knife and a stun gun.
Police said two of the victims were stabbed and another victim was punched. Officers said the fight was part of an ongoing feud between the women.
No one was seriously hurt.
Jamie Walker, 26, and Shanequa Smith, 23, both of Pittsburgh were charged with aggravated assault, criminal conspiracy and prohibited offensive weapons.
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