Sharpe, 27, of Powder Springs, responded by telling the man to “shut the (expletive) up,” according to the report.
The two women, dressed in fatigues, walked inside the restaurant and the son approached them again, authorities said. He called them “black lesbian [expletives],” according to the incident report.
Mitchell, 34, of Palmetto, asked the man to stop cursing and calling them names and Sharpe started recording the exchange, according to the report.
Tucker, her son and her daughter lunged at the women multiple times in an effort to stop Sharpe from recording, according to the report.
Ultimately, authorities determined Tucker “was at fault and the primary aggressor,” according to the report.
The Macon woman was arrested and released on $650 bond, according to The Associated Press. Her son, identified by the AP as Robbie Tucker, and her daughter have not been charged in connection with the incident.
Cheddar’s condemned the behavior of “the individuals who confronted the two female service members” in a statement, according to the AP.
The incident "flies in the face of our values and those individuals are no longer welcome in our restaurant," the company said.
Mercer University issued a statement of its own.
“Judy Tucker is not currently employed at Mercer University,” the school said. “She has occasionally taught an art class in the past, but will not be teaching at Mercer in the future.”
The investigation of the incident is ongoing, according to the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office.