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Bond set for 3 Albany teens in Dawson 'girl fight'

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DAWSON, GA (WALB) -

The three Albany teens charged in a Sunday afternoon brawl are being held in the Terrell County jail on $3,000 bond each.

The so-called "girl fight" is making waves on social media, and police say more arrests are expected.

The fight broke out in the parking lot of the Terrell County Board of Education late Sunday afternoon, between 4:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.

The violent and profane 4:11 video, posted on Facebook, started as a fight between two females, and then more jumped in after a wig was ripped off.

Sticks and umbrellas were used as weapons, and heard on the video is a clicking sound that authorities commented might be a Taser.

As the melee ensued, there appeared to be at least 30 young people engaged in or watching the fight.

Many can be seen holding cell phones, possibly recording the brawl.

What may be called the most dangerous incident occurred steps away from the Superintendent's office. In it, you see what looks like a young male jump in the fight and shove a female down as a red car rolls down the embankment, barely missing the two.

A person shattered a window of that car.

The video ends when it sounds like the police are spotted and the teenagers scatter.

Now, three young women have been arrested.

19-year-old Ladaisha Loud and 19-year-old Zykilria Hunter, both from Albany, are booked into the Terrell County jail, charged with Affray, Criminal Trespass and Miscellaneous Obstruction of an Officer.

18-year-old Nygeria Hunter, also from Albany, is facing those charges plus an additional Disorderly Conduct charge.

Dawson Police are looking for others involved in the fight and more arrests are expected.

Authorities tell us they don't know what caused the fight.

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