Three women arrested in Guilford in altercation over drugsJuly 31,2013Police: 3 charged
in fight over drugs
GUILFORD ó Three women were arrested in a May 13 altercation over narcotics possession and distribution, police said.
Anna Fletcher, 28, of Guilford, was stabbed with a knife in her left leg during a fight at Bonneyvale Road in Guilford, police said.
After the investigation, police arrested Fletcher; Danielle Covey, 25, of Wilmington; and Bonnie Nasuta, 30, of Brattleboro.
Fletcher was charged with narcotics possession and simple assault, Covey was charged with narcotics distribution and trespassing, and Nasuta was charged with simple assault.
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