By DON FLETCHER
News Staff Writer
An Atmore woman and an Atmore man remained behind bars in Escambia County, Fla., arrested Sunday (May 28) after they allegedly entered a Bratt, Fla. mobile home illegally and attacked the sleeping occupants, shooting one of them in the arm in the process.
The Escambia County Jail shows Tiana Brooke Chick, 20, was being held without bond early Tuesday, May 30. She is charged with one count each of aggravated battery (with a deadly weapon), burglary (with battery), battery and criminal mischief (property damage).
Chick’s alleged accomplice, 18-year-old Kendrell Devon Kyles, was also booked into the jail Sunday night and remained there Tuesday morning. He is being held on total bonds of $251,000 on one count each of aggravated battery (with a deadly weapon), burglary (with battery), use of a firearm during the commission of a felony, battery and criminal mischief.
According to Escambia County (Fla.) Sheriff’s Office reports, Chick and Kyles went to a mobile home on Oakshade Road, near Northview High School, where the victim and his current girlfriend were asleep. The Atmore woman and man reportedly entered the home and “battered both victims.”
Reports show that Kyles shot one of the mobile home occupants with a handgun, causing an injury that was labeled “non-life threatening.”
Chick, who authorities said was previously involved in a relationship with the male victim, and Kyles both fled the scene but were each apprehended early Sunday evening.