PERRY - Four people face charges after an investigation into a brawl outside Perry Bowling Center early Saturday morning, village police said.

Police were called to 22 Covington St. about 12:30 a.m. for a report of numerous people fighting in the street.

Two people were injured and were taken to Wyoming County Community Hospital.

Four were arrested.

Ashleigh R. Jones, 29, and Jessalyn K. Pitts, 29, were charged with felony second-degree assault and disorderly conduct.

Both were arraigned and committed to Wyoming County Jail.

Rose H. Chiauzzi, 28, and Alexis L. Trzecieski, 21, were charged with misdemeanor third-degree assault and disorderly conduct and were issued appearance tickets.

Chiauzzi a month ago was indicted by a Wyoming County grand jury on charges of felony DWI and circumventing a court-ordered Interlock device.

She also was involved in a domestic violence incident in November where her former girlfriend was arrested on contempt charges.

Kimberly R. Garland, 51, of Batavia was charged with second-degree criminal contempt of court for violating an order of protection.

The person with the court order of protection against her is a man who apparently has been in the company of Garland’s ex-girlfriend, Chiauzzi.

The two in April appeared on “Love Don’t Judge” on Barcroft TV. The show, titled “She’s Not An Old Hag - She’s My Girlfriend!” featured the struggles the couple had with people commenting on their age difference.

Just a month before the show aired, Garland was arrested for felony strangulation for choking the same man who was the victim in November’s arrest.

And in October, Garland was arrested at a hotel in Batavia for hitting Chiauzzi, stealing her phone and violating an order of protection Chiauzzi had against her.

Chiauzzi, who also has appeared on MTV’s Catfish and in porn movies and did a “Celebrity Boxing” event, also has had her share of legal problems. She was arrested in September for felony DWI and a year ago was arrested for assaulting a person with a knife. The victim was not identified but police said it was a domestic violence case.

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