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Mother, daughter say cold chicken led to attack at restaurant

Mother, daughter say cold chicken led to attack at restaurant
Posted at 6:06 AM, Jun 26, 2017
and last updated 2017-06-26 09:20:42-04

Cold chicken at a takeout stand led to a vicious assault, Georgia police reported. 

The incident happened at the Qwik Chick takeout stand in Baxley, Georgia on Thursday when a restaurant owner took a complaint from a customer about getting cold chicken and not enough french fries. 

During the conversation, a female suspect attacked restaurant owner Jeanette Norris, according to Savannah, Georgia-based WTOC. As the attack ensued, the owner's teenage daughter rushed in before a male suspect punched her in the face. The blow knocked the 15-year-old to the ground and left her with a concussion.

The attack left Norris with a broken nose. 

"The security camera footage that we put out tells it all. That's just pure brutality," Baxley Police Department Chief James Godfrey told WTOC. 

Police said the suspects names are Nathaniel Eric Smith and Latasha M. Smith. According to WTOC, police are still looking for the suspects, who have warrants for aggravated battery and cruelty to children. 

Video of the incident can be seen below.

WARNING VIDEO CONTAINS VIOLENT CONTENT