Woman ordered to ‘pull up pants’ sparks fight at West End bar

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HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — Two women were arrested and charged with assault following a violent incident in Innsbrook.

The fighting inside the Beach House Bar and Grille began before 1 a.m. Sunday after a manager told a woman in the business to pull up her pants, according to Henrico Police.

“Soon thereafter a fight ensued with multiple people versus management and bouncers,” Henrico Police Lt. Joseph Sperry said. “An officer [who] was working off-duty asked for additional units to assist with breaking up the fight.”

Once police gained control of the situation, it was determined two workers had been bitten during the fighting.

In addition to the employee injuries, a police officer was assaulted.

Fiuschia Uasia-Aubrey Fennell, 24, of Richmond, was charged with three counts of assault on a law enforcement officer and one count of assault, according to police. Briande Jokiah Ross, 23, of Henrico, was charged with assault.

Fiuschia Uasia-Aubrey Fennell and Briande Jokiah Ross (PHOTO: Henrico Police)

Fiuschia Uasia-Aubrey Fennell and Briande Jokiah Ross (PHOTO: Henrico Police)

Police were called to the Innsbrook shopping center, along the 4000 block of Cox Road, at about 1 a.m. Sunday to break up the fight and investigate the assault.

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