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Two Tuscaloosa women arrested for fighting on a school bus

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Catrina Shenise Evans (left) and Annie Bell Evins (right). Catrina Shenise Evans (left) and Annie Bell Evins (right).

Two Tuscaloosa women were arrested Thursday on charges related to an altercation on a school bus earlier this week.

Tuscaloosa police officers were called to the 4500 block of East Hargrove Road on a report of a fight between Catrina Shenise Evans and Annie Bell Evins aboard a bus carrying students and parents on Tuesday. Following an investigation by the Youth Aid Division of the Tuscaloosa Police Department, multiple warrants were obtained against the women.

Evins, 36,  has been charged with third-degree assault, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, third-degree criminal trespassing and obstructing governmental operations.

Evins, 53, has been charged with third-degree criminal trespassing and obstructing governmental operations.

Each charge carried a $500 bond.

Both females were taken into custody today before being released on bond. It is unclear at this time if the two suspects are related.

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