Deputies: 2 woman arrested, 1 hit by car after fight in west Macon

Courtney Stinson (left) and Tanzania Dinkins (right)/Photos courtesy: Bibb County Sheriff's Office

MACON, Ga. -- Bibb County deputies have arrested one of two suspects in connection to a fight that left one of them with a broken leg.

A sheriff's report says deputies went to 244 Mercer Junction on Sunday after getting a call that a vehicle hit a pedestrian. The victim and one of the two suspects, 22-year-old Courtney Lashae Stinson, reportedly told deputies that a blue car hit her. Deputies noticed that one of her legs looked like it was broken, the report says.

Witnesses confirmed there was a fight that ended with Stinson getting hit by a car. The report says that EMS arrived to take Stinson to the hospital, and deputies then got another similar call about an incident at the Walmart near Eisenhower Pkwy.

When deputies got to the Walmart, 19-year-old Tanzania Tykeia Dinkins reported that she'd just been jumped on in a fight. Dinkins said she drove a blue Honda Civic, which deputies noticed had front-end damage that matched the description of the car that hit Courtney Stinson, according to the report.

The report says a Facebook live video of the fight confirmed that Dinkins intentionally hit Stinson. Dinkins was also taken to the hospital and once she was medically cleared, deputies took her to the Bibb County jail for aggravated assault, the report says. Deputies reportedly took out a warrant for Stinson, also for aggravated assault.

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