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Cops: Upstate women punched officers in face during arrest

Andrea Butler and Megan Inabinet.  (Source: WYFF) Andrea Butler and Megan Inabinet. (Source: WYFF)
GREENVILLE, SC (WYFF) -

Two Upstate women were arrested after they assaulted two officers, according to Greenville police.

Police said they were called to the Haywood Mall on Wednesday about a wreck in the parking lot.

According to police when the investigation was over an officer told Megan Inabinet she was at fault.

At that time, police said Inabinet became irate and began to use profanity.

The officer said he told her to stop and tried to arrest her for disorderly conduct.

The officer said Inabinet resisted the officer and hit him the face.

Police said others officers responded and another woman at the scene, Andrea Butler, was arrested for disorderly conduct.

They said during her arrest Butler assaulted another officer with a closed fist several times.

Inabinet and Butler are charged with resisting, assault, beat or wound police office and disorderly conduct.

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