Police: Women attack man over parking dispute
STAMFORD — A 25-year-old man was found face down with his pants down to his knees on Lillian Street late Sunday night, as a result of an alleged assault by four women.
Two sisters — Keara Janelle Jenkins, 25, of Norwalk, and Jylissa Labre Jenkins, 21, of Stamford — were arrested for the alleged attack.
According to police, the man had stopped his car at 24 Lillian St. around midnight on Sunday night. According to the victim, the women did not like that he was parked there and began to damage his car.
A black metal rod was used to damage the car, and was discovered at the scene of the incident, police said. The man attempted to escape on foot, but was knocked down about 150 feet away from the vehicle. He was allegedly kicked and punched while on the ground.
The man was transported to Stamford Hospital.
Several witnesses saw the altercation and were able to identify the Jenkins sisters, police said.
They were each charged with second-degree assault, second-degree conspiracy to assault, third-degree criminal mischief, second-degree breach of peace, and carrying a dangerous weapon.
Anyone with information about the other two women is asked to call police at 203-977-4444.