A Madisonville woman was arrested on Aug. 6 after she allegedly assaulted a juvenile while spewing racial epithets.
Madisonville Policeman Thomas Spradlin said he was sent to Willow Creek Drive on a fight call and was met by a woman, who said Revonda Clowers had assaulted her 17-year-old daughter. Spradlin said he then talked to the daughter, who said Clowers had punched her in the face.
Clowers told Spradlin that she had gone to confront another juvenile about her spitting on Clowers’ daughter. While the officer was talking to Clowers, he said she allegedly used a racial slur to describe the juvenile.
According to Clowers, while she was talking to the second juvenile, the first one attacked her and she defended herself.
Spradlin said he returned to talking to the second juvenile, who said Clowers had called her a racial slur several times and that she witnessed her hit the first juvenile in the face. Spradlin said the first juvenile had a swollen and red left cheek.
The mother of the first juvenile then told Spradlin that Clowers had also come at her with a wooden board, but she was able to take the board away from her.
Spradlin said he got pretty much the same story from several witnesses, so he placed Clowers, 28, Willow Creek Drive, under arrest, charging her with assault and aggravated assault.