By Associated Press - Wednesday, December 18, 2019

The second of two twin sisters accused of beating a woman with a frying pan was arrested Wednesday, the Clayton County Sheriff’s Office said.

Kyra Faison and her boyfriend Paul Mouton were arrested Wednesday, two days after Tyra Faison’s arrest, according to a news release from the sheriff’s office.

The identical 19-year-olds were charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, aggravated battery and criminal trespassing in connection with a Dec. 10 robbery.

They kicked open the woman’s door, beat her in the face with the pan, then dragged her outside and took her car keys and phone while punching her, the statement said.

Tyra Faison was arrested Monday in Morrow, and Kyra Faison on Wednesday at a motel in College Park, the sheriff’s office said. The statement didn’t say whether she and Mouton were arrested together.

Kyra Faison was previously charged with reckless conduct, theft by receiving stolen property and firing a weapon in a previous incident. She pleaded not guilty to the charges but failed to appear in court on Dec. 12, the sheriff’s office said.

It was unclear if any of the three has an an attorney who can comment on their behalf.

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