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2 women accused of attacking Pizza Hut employee in Swatara Township

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Jacqueline Williams (Left) Tara Hall (Right)

SWATARA TOWNSHIP, Pa.–Two women are facing charges after police say they attacked a Pizza Hut employee in Dauphin County last Thursday.

Tara Hall, 27, and Jaqueline Williams, 22, both of Harrisburg, are each charged with simple assault, trespassing, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief.

Both Hall and Williams entered the Pizza Hut located along the 3200 block of Paxton Street in Swatara Township just after 9 p.m. looking for a specific female employee, according to police reports. The women barged into the kitchen area and began hitting the employee. Police say the manager tried to help the victim by pulling the women off of her.

The victim was taken to a local hospital for treatment.

Hall and Williams fled before police arrived at the restaurant.

A preliminary hearing is scheduled for April 7.