Jamestown Duo Arrested After Allegedly Attacking Roommate Following Dispute

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JAMESTOWN – Two City of Jamestown residents are behind bars after allegedly attacking their roommate on Sunday.

Jamestown Police say Grace Rentas, 26, and Keishla Rosario, 30, were arrested following a dispute at their Fulton Street address.

Police said Rentas allegedly came outside the house and punched her roommate in the face.

A short time later, Rosario allegedly then came outside with a metal baseball bat and hit the man several times in his upper body and neck.

Police said the victim was not seriously hurt and was able to get away to call for help.

Rentas is charged with second-degree harassment, while, Rosario is charged with second-degree assault.

Both were held a Jamestown City Jail pending arrangement in the case.


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