2 of 3 women plead guilty in baseball bat, hot Alfredo sauce rampage at Pennsylvania diner


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WASHINGTON, Pennsylvania — Two women have been sentenced to probation for attacking employees at a western Pennsylvania diner with a baseball bat and a vat of hot pasta sauce because one of the women wanted child support from a cook who worked there.

The (Washington) Observer-Reporter (http://bit.ly/1yfnHrw ) reports 27-year-old Tori Thomas and 26-year-old Summer Thomas, both of Washington, Pennsylvania pleaded guilty and were sentenced Tuesday by a Washington County Judge. Tori Thomas will spend five years on probation and Summer Thomas two years.

Police say Tori Thomas hit a 27-year-old cook man in the arm with a baseball bat, then also threw boiling hot Alfredo sauce on one of the owners of Cee Tee's Diner, 46-year-old Carla Smith.

The diner later closed after the October 2013 attack and reopened under another name.

A third defendant, 25-year-old Amanda Terry, faces trial in February.

Information from: Observer-Reporter, http://www.observer-reporter.com

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