A woman was arrested in the attack of two employees of a Maryland ice cream shop.
Nythia Davis and her friend McKeniva say they were attacked while working at a Cold Stone Creamery Nov. 7 because they asked two customers to wear masks.
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They said a man and woman walked in about 7:30 p.m., passing a sign on the business’ entrance clearly reading, “no mask, no service.”
Davis and McKeniva said they asked the woman to properly wear the mask that was around her neck. They said the man with her got upset with them for asking her to pull up her mask.
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Davis and McKeniva said they told the couple they would not serve them ice cream if they didn’t properly wear a mask.
They said the couple started attacking and punching them.
McKeniva and Davis suffered swollen faces and broken bones.
The Anne Arundel County Police Department identified two suspects and arrested 26-year-old Ibukunoluwa Opanuga of Bowie Friday. Detectives have a warrant for the arrest of Musaab Abdul Ali, 35, of Washington, D.C.