Rondia Sutphen, 43, 200 block Perry St.; Tiera James, 18, 1200 block Shelby St.; Michael Johnson, 22, 600 block E. Washington St.; girl, 16, 2700 block W. Monroe St.; and girl, 15, 1800 block Third St., were each charged with disorderly conduct.
Jade King, 23, homeless; and Kristen Johnson, 18, 200 block Shelby St., were each charged with persistent disorderly conduct.
Shortly after 6 p.m. Wednesday, Johnson and the 16-year-old girl pulled in front of Sutphen’s Perry Street home and started to fight with a group of people sitting on the porch, according to a Sandusky police report.
Residents of the home said it was not the first time the pair had started problems there, the report said. A 19-year-old woman on the porch told police the 16-year-old girl had called her so many times that day, her phone was unable to display all of the calls, the report said.
After their arrest, Johnson and King said they would come back to “finish the job,” when they were released from jail.
They were then each held there without bond.
The other arrested adults were released that day, while both underage girls were taken to the Erie County Juvenile Justice Center, the report said.