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Woman Attacks 10-Year-Old-Girl For Refusing To Share Ice CreamOfficials in San Antonio, Texas have arrested a woman after she allegedly struck a 10-year-old-girl who refused to share ice cream with her four-year-old daughter.

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According to Bexar County Sheriff Deputies, 29-year-old Talysa Herron (pictured) chased the girl down and struck her in the face after Herron’s daughter asked the girl for her ice cream and she refused.

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Herron then followed the girl home by car. There, the girl’s mother, Cyndi Lafontaine, confronted Herron, who proceeded to assault her until someone called the police.

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Heron is charged with injuring a child and is being held on $15,000 bond, according to ABC 13.

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