Deputies learned the fight was over a pressure washer and a contract dispute
On Sunday (June 19) at about 5 p.m., Clark County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a call of six people fighting in the 8300 block of NE 157th Avenue. Callers to 9-1-1 reported that some subjects were armed with a baseball bat and an ax.
When deputies arrived, they found evidence of a hit-and-run collision and two people with minor injuries. Deputies learned the fight was over a pressure washer and a contract dispute.
Deputies obtained information that identified Yelisey Miroshnichenko and Anatoliy Miroshnichenko as the suspects. Deputies were able to locate the suspects and they were taken into custody in the 8200 block of NE 22nd Avenue.
Yelisey Miroshnichenko and Anatoliy Miroshnichenko were booked into the Clark County Jail on charges of Burglary I, Unlawful Imprisonment, Hit and Run Attended, Assault IV, and Malicious Mischief III.
Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
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