One woman was hit in the mouth with a hammer, another woman injured in a car crash, and six people in total were arrested after a flurry of violence Tuesday night in Janesville.
Janesville Police say a woman was hit in the face with a hammer during a “domestic dispute” at 91 Falling Creek Village condominium complex. The suspects in that incident left the complex in a vehicle which was then involved in a crash at Afton Road and Falling Creek Circle at 9:30 p.m.
A 26-year-old woman was found pinned in her vehicle, complaining of leg injuries. She was taken to Beloit Hospital for treatment.
Police say several people got out of the suspect vehicle and got into another vehicle and fled the scene.
Four occupants of the suspect vehicle, including a 16-year-old female driver, were taken to Mercy Hospital for treatment.
Police later caught the suspect vehicle at County D. and South Indian Lake Drive.
In total, six people were arrested:
The 16-year-old juvenile female was charged with operating with a suspended license, failure to yield, operating a motor vehicle without insurance, battery, and disorderly conduct.
A 15-year-old juvenile was charged with battery and disorderly conduct.
28-year-old Samantha Guinter was charged with disorderly conduct/domestic violence, criminal damage to property and property domestic violence.
27-year-old Sergio Maciel was charged with OWI, disorderly conduct, and 5 outstanding warrants
35-year-old Tasha Sanger was charged with substantial battery, obstructing, and felony bail jumping.
22-year-old Jamaious Shoulders was charged with a parole violation.