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Girl celebrating birthday is attacked at a Chili's restaurant

Girl celebrating birthday is attacked at a Chili's restaurant

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LITTLE ROCK (KATV)--Little Rock Police are investigating a fight that broke out at a Chili's restaurant.

Last night, police say Quawn Marshall was celebrating his daughter's 18th birthday at the Chili's on Rodney Parham Road, when a group of women grabbed his daughter by the hair and starting hitting her.

Marshall tried to break up the fight and the women fled.

If you have any information on this incident you are asked to call Little Rock Police (501) 371-4621. 

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