LIVINGSTON, NJ – After a fight took place in Livingston during the week, two Newark women pled guilty to an amended charge of creating a disturbance under the ordinance, according to Livingston Municipal Court.

Bridges was initially charged with simple assault, according to Livingston Municipal Court, specifically by jumping on the back of a man named John Condron, reaching around his face and scratching the area of his right eye.

Georgeanne Gordon, who was standing nearby when the police arrived, reportedly caused a “ruckus” by screaming and yelling during the investigation. According to police, Gordon was charged with interfering in the arrest of an individual for simple assault and failure to comply with the officer’s instructions.

According to the Livingston Municipal Court, both females were fined $100 and $33 in court costs.