Cincinnati, Ohio – My mother has taught me many things in life – some positive, others negative. One thing that sticks in my mind after learning about the two women in this story, is a saying my mom liked to threaten me with: “I better not catch you doing *insert action here* because I will *insert punishment here*.” As I grew up, I was able to read between the lines and what I learned from the above statement is: “When doing the crime, HAVE NO WITNESSES!”
Precious Allen’s mother apparently did not teach her that. Or maybe she can’t read between the lines. You see, Allen, along with friend Dawn Brunner and her 14-year old daughter, reportedly busted into a classroom of Withrow High School last week – police say the women gained entrance to the school by knocking on the door until a student opened it – the trio proceeded to ignore the many warnings of checking into the office and walked into a classroom.
Allen started arguing with the 15-year old victim in the classroom. The argument eventually escalated and Allen apparently ordered her daughter to hit the other girl. Allen then helped her daughter out by dishing out a few punches of her own before holding the victim down and instructing her daughter to “hit the girl in the face with a combination lock.” Which she did. Talk about teamwork! This woman hit the lottery, there was no way I was listening to my mom when I was a teen.
Police spokesman Sgt. Julian Johnson says there is some sort of rift between the teens. It better not be about a stupid boy. Cause if it is, someone needs to be bitchslapped.
The victim had cuts and bruises after the fight and a teacher who had tried to break up the fight earned a black eye.
Allen, 31, is charged with felonious assault and aggravated criminal trespass. Her daughter is charged with felonious assault, assault and criminal trespassing. Brunner did not participate in the beating, but is facing criminal trespassing charges.Tags: Assault, Cincinnati, Dawn Brunner, Ohio, Precious Allen, trespassing