Woman in Indiana Wal-Mart fight video pleads guilty

INIDIANAPOLIS (AP) — One of two women whose fight at an Indiana Wal-Mart was caught on cellphone video has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct.

WISH-TV and WXIN-TV report 39-year-old Rebecca Mills accepted a plea deal to the charge stemming from a June fight in a Wal-Mart store in the Indianapolis suburb of Beech Grove. A judge sentenced her to 40 hours of community service and ordered her to stay away from all Wal-Mart stores in Marion County.

A court hearing is scheduled later this month for 34-year-old Amber Stephenson, the other woman who authorities say was involved in the fight.

Cellphone video of the fight showed two women yelling and then punching and kicking each other, and a young boy hitting one with a shampoo bottle.

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