2nd Person Arrested in Md. Acid Attack

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    A Prince George's County mother who was doused with hazardous chemicals -- apparently as part of an act of jealous rage -- speaks out about her ordeal.

    A second person has been arrested in connection with an acid attack in Prince George's County, Md., that injured a mother and daughter last year.

    Police on Thursday announced the arrest of 30-year-old Tamara Chrystal Jackson of the District of Columbia. Police said she has been charged with assault, reckless endangerment and possession of a deadly weapon with intent to injure.

    Police said a woman and a daughter were burned with acid while walking through a lot in Oxon Hill in March 2010. Tikia Shauntice Anderson, of Greenbelt, has already been arrested in the case. Police said they don't think there are additional suspects.

    Woman Doused With Chemicals Speaks

    [DC] "I Wouldn't Wish This on my Worst Enemy"
    A Prince George's County mother who was doused with hazardous chemicals -- apparently as part of an act of jealous rage -- speaks out about her ordeal.