Catfight went for a road trip as fighting female dragged another down Rt. 40
NEWARK, DEL. – When fighting females get bored with conducting their catfight in one place, they sometimes take a road trip. Delaware State Police seem to have the details straight of a scene that could only happen in a movie instead took place on a major highway. The only thing missing from this drama is to have the alleged participants thrown in the slammer.
Delaware State Police are currently investigating an incident in which a female was dragged by a vehicle following a physical altercation in Newark yesterday afternoon.
The initial investigation has determined that the incident occurred on Monday, October 26, 2015, at approximately 1:00 p.m., as three female subjects arrived at the BP gas station located at 2360 Pulaski Highway, Newark. Police say that it was at this time that the operator of the vehicle, identified as Aiun-Yea Chambers, 24, of Wilmington, and a second unidentified female, who was a passenger in the car, got into a physical altercation with a second passenger, identified as Mykia Lee, 24, of Wilmington.
After the altercation, Chambers returned to the driver’s seat of the vehicle. She then allowed the unidentified female to get into the car as well; however, as Mykia Lee attempted also to get into the car, Chambers began to drive off. Lee, who was partially inside of the vehicle as it drove off, refused to let go, and was dragged from the gas station parking lot onto eastbound Pulaski Highway (US40), and then onto northbound South College Avenue (DE Rt. 896).
Police say that Chambers then pulled the car onto the shoulder of the roadway of northbound Rt. 896 and stopped. It was at this point that Lee lets go of the vehicle. Chambers then drove off with the third female subject, leaving Lee behind.
Mykia Lee was treated at the scene by New Castle County Paramedics. She was then transported by EMS to the Christiana Hospital where she was treated and released with minor injuries.
The investigation into this incident by the Delaware State Police is still in its early stages. So as to not jeopardize the investigation, no further details will be released at this time.
If anyone has any information about this incident, they are asked to contact Corporal Matthew Calio at Troop 2, Glasgow, at 302-365-8505. Information may also be provided by calling Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333, via the internet at www.tipsubmit.com, or by sending an anonymous tip by text to 274637 (CRIMES) using the keyword “DSP.”