Courtney Kettlehake, left, and Meagan Campbell, right

Springfield women accused of ramming car, fighting over Facebook post

Two Springfield women have been charged after police alleged they got into an argument over a Facebook post.

Courtney Kettlehake, 22, is charged with endangering children and criminal damaging and Meagan Campbell, 25, is charged with assault and resisting arrest in connection to an incident that happened Monday night on Grant Street.

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The women got into an argument over a Facebook post, according to court records. Witnesses said Kettlehake, with her child in the back seat, intentionally rammed her car into Campbell’s parked car, police said.

Campbell then approached Kettlehake and allegedly began to assault her, court records show.

The two women were arraigned in Clark County Municipal Court on Tuesday.

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