Quincy Women Arrested for Fighting at Basketball Game

Basketball Game Brawl
Posted at 6:13 PM, Jan 03, 2017
and last updated 2017-01-05 10:30:52-05

BAY COUNTY, Fla. (WTXL)-- A fight between two Quincy women starts in the stands and spills out onto the basketball court at a high school game in Bay County.

A deputy noticed the fight in the stands and tried to break it up before it disrupted the game on Dec. 30th at Bozeman School.

Bay County deputies identified the women as 39-year old Montoyia Tillman and 51-year-old Patricia Beamon.

They say Beamon's son Padryck joined in on the fight and hit both Tillman and the deputy.

More deputies were called in to get the crowd under control.

All three were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.

We have confirmed that Montoyia Tillman is an inventory intake specialist and Patricia Beamon is an administrative assistant for the Gadsden County School District.

Superintendent Roger Milton says both were on approved leave prior to the holidays and are scheduled to come back on Monday. He says right now they are looking into policies to see what legal action they will take. 

Milton adds what happened at the game between the employees was personal, and they were there in a non-official capacity.