Greensboro, NC – Greensboro police arrested the mother, aunt, and grandmother of a Grimsley High School student after they came to the campus last Thursday afternoon and helped beat up two other students (video below).
Police said the incident occurred on Nov. 3 at the high school located in the 800-block of North Josephine Boyd Street, WFMY reported.
Officials said Laquita Sims, the mother of a student at Grimsley, arrived on campus with her mother, Tracy Sims, and her sister, Demorshea Sims, accompanied by two female family members who were students at the high school.
Police said the Sims family went looking for two specific students and when they found them, there was a huge fight, WFMY reported.
A school resource officer heard what was going on and called for backup as he started searching Grimsley High School for the Sims women.
Witnesses said the adult family members encouraged the fighting and a cell phone video of the melee posted to social media showed them screaming and cheering their girls on as they fought.
Police said a teacher tried to intervene and stop the fight, but Laquita Sims assaulted her to keep her from interfering, WFMY reported.
The school said the teacher hadn’t sustained any serious injuries.
Officers arrived on the scene and arrested Laquita, Tracy, and Demorshea Sims, WFMY reported.
Laquita Sims was charged with conspiracy to commit a misdemeanor, two counts of simple assault, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, trespassing, assault on a school official, and inciting a riot.
Her mother, Tracy Sims, and her sister, Demorshea Sims, were charged with conspiracy to commit a misdemeanor, two counts of simple assault, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, trespassing, and inciting a riot, WFMY reported.
Watch the incident unfold in the video below: