A Sandusky mother was arrested Monday afternoon for allegedly trying to arm her daughter with a hammer during a fight.
Shamorra Brown, 30, 2000 block Parkview Blvd., was charged with disorderly conduct and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Brown’s 14-year-old daughter, a 16-year-old Seavers Way girl and 17-year-old Campbell Street girl were also each charged with disorderly conduct fighting.
A resident reported women fighting on Parkview Boulevard to Sandusky police around 4 p.m. When officers arrived a short while later, Brown and her daughter were retreating into their home while the two other teens were leaving the area, according to a police report.
The teens said Brown’s daughter had been taunting them to fight all day. When they walked by the girl’s house, she ran outside and began attacking them, the report said.
Brown allegedly said, “get her, get her, beat her (expletive) baby” during the tussle. At one point, she ran inside and emerged holding a small black and pink hammer.
A witness who did not want to be identified said Brown was trying to get her daughter to use the hammer during the fight, the report said.
Brown was held without bond, as officers had already arrested Brown for disorderly conduct fighting earlier in the day, the report said.