August 29, 2013, Belleville/Fairview Illinois (KMOV) – Three women were charged for their involvement in a 2011 attack on a Red Lobster waitress who was pummeled after serving the wrong fish order.
Denise McNeal, 43, of Jennings, Mo., Lareka McNeal, 29, of St. Louis, and Diane Ryland, 50, of St. Louis, were all charged with aggravated battery and mob action in connection with the attack on a waitress at a Fairview Heights’ Red Lobster.
A fourth woman, Ania Wilkes, 21, of Ferguson, Mo., was found guilty on Tuesday of felony assault and mob action, the Belleville News-Democrat reported. The St. Clair County jury deliberated about three hours.
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