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House flippers flip on each other
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A group flipping a house ended up flipping each other, the resulting brawl saddling a woman with a list of charges.
The woman, Valerie C. Clisso, 55, of Murfreesboro waived her right to preliminary hearing before General Sessions Judge Bill Locke and was bound to the grand jury on charges of domestic assault, assault, and vandalism. She has been warned to stay away from the victims while the case is pending grand jury action.
Problems began after a group of five, including the defendant, came from Murfreesboro to Fairview Road here in Warren County to do repairs on a home.
At some point during the work, the defendant became involved in an argument with one of her co-workers, Michael S. Collins, who hails from Lewisburg.
Following a verbal spar, the retired U.S. Air Force veteran slapped Collins and pushed him against a door frame. The fight brought an attempted intervention by another of the construction partners when Regina P. Myers tried to step in. Her attempts failed as Clissco reportedly threw a flat-screen TV at her, hitting her in the leg. Myers was then shoved against a vehicle.
Collins went on to say along with the 32-inch TV Clisso used as a weapon against Myers, she also destroyed a 19-inch TV and a video game.