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Worthington woman arrested following altercation

WORTHINGTON -- A Worthington woman is facing five charges following a Sept. 8 altercation. Nyabuay Gach, 26, has been charged with second-degree assault, a felony; fifth-degree assault, a gross misdemeanor; operating a motor vehicle while intoxic...

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WORTHINGTON - A Worthington woman is facing five charges following a Sept. 8 altercation.

 

Nyabuay Gach, 26, has been charged with second-degree assault, a felony; fifth-degree assault, a gross misdemeanor; operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, a gross misdemeanor; driving with a concentration of .08 within two hours, a gross misdemeanor; and driving after license revocation, a misdemeanor.

 

According to the criminal complaint, Gach is accused of showing up to a Worthington residence on Sept. 8, where she fought another woman, threatened her and made a pass at her with her vehicle. Gach had left the scene upon a Worthington police officer’s arrival, and was later pulled over and arrested.

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Gach’s initial appearance is scheduled for Sept. 19 in Nobles County District Court.

 

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