A Cleveland woman is facing assault charges in connection with her role in a fight that broke out in a Walmart.

According to police, officers were called to a Walmart for reports of a fight between two women in the potato chip aisle. One of the women had a protection order against the other because of a prior incident from where the two resided.

“It is unknown as to what initially led to the beef between the two women,” South Euclid police wrote on Facebook.

The woman who filed the protection order was ran into by the other. She allegedly threaten to assault her and her 7-year-old daughter, according to investigators.

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Police said the suspect attempted to spit on the other woman and then hit her in the face with a 10-pound log of prepackaged meat.

The 25-year-old was arrested and charged with assault and violation of a protective order. She also had multiple warrants out for her arrest. Her child was turned over to another family member for the time being.

Read more at Cleveland 19

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