Two charged with breaking into pregnant woman's home, beating her
BATON ROUGE- Authorities say two women are facing multiple charges after breaking into a pregnant woman's home and punching her in the stomach.
Police say that Roshawn Williams and Dominique Johnson broke into the victim's home in October and attacked her. According to the affidavit, the women forced their way into the residence, by smashing the front window with a table. They then allegedly punched the victim repeatedly in the stomach.
During their investigation, detectives learned the October incident wasn't the first time the two women attacked the victim. In September, Williams and Johnson were accused of forcing their way into the victim's home after getting an unknown person to knock on her door. Once inside, Williams and Johnston punched the victim in the face several times before fleeing on foot.
Williams and Johnson were charged with attempted first-degree feticide, home invasion, and stalking.
A photo of Johnson was not immediately provided.
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