WATCH mom and daughter brutally beaten at food stand over portion size

Police needs the public’s help in locating two suspects who viciously attacked a mother and a teen girl

Authorities in Appling County, Georgia, are looking for two people who attacked a woman and her teen daughter at a food stand on Thursday afternoon.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Jeannette Norris, owner of the Quik Chick food stand off of U.S. Highway 1 in Baxley, reported to authorities that two people walked up to her food stand, ordered two meals, then started complaining about the portion size. The argument quickly turned into a physical altercation when the suspects allegedly attacked Norris.

One of the suspects, identified as Latasha M. Smith, is accused of hitting Norris first. When Norris’ 15-year-old tried to flee to get help, the other suspect, Nathaniel Smith, reportedly punched the girl in the face. The attack left Norris with a broken nose.

Authorities are now searching for the suspects, last seen driving a tan Cadillac Escalade with Georgia license plate, REU8495. According to Baxley police Chief James Godfrey, the suspects could also have access to a silver 2004 Cadillac Deville 4s with Georgia license plate PVK5483, as well as a green 1996 Cadillac Deville 4s with Georgia license plate, BXQ1673.

Both Norris and her daughter received medical care after the incident.

Anyone with any information is urged to call Baxley PD at 912-367-8305, or the 911 Center at 912-367-8111.

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