Maricopa Police Department arrested a woman accused of a vodka-fueled attack on her sister Friday night.
Police arrested 21-year-old Tameka Chino after she admitted to assaulting her sister and feeding liquor to a minor, according to a probable cause statement obtained by InMaricopa.
Cops responded to a reported disturbance at home on West Manderas Lane in Santa Rosa Springs around 9:30 p.m. When officers arrived, they found Tameka Chino and her sister, Renita Chino, outside with blood on their hands, faces and clothes.
Tameka Chino told police she was drinking vodka with her sister and a 16-year-old cousin inside the home. She admitted to punching her sister in the face multiple times before the teen separated them.
Tameka Chino admitted to officers it was her sister’s blood on her clothing.
Officers noted Renita Chino had injuries to her mouth and nose and had blood on her hands and foot.
Tameka Chino was arrested and booked into the Pinal County jail on two domestic violence charges and one count of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
She faces a year and a half in jail.
MPD did not specify if the 16-year-old was charged for underage drinking.
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