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Witnesses say videos of the altercation were instrumental in the arrest because Tucker and her family were claiming they were the ones who were attacked. Tucker has an art restoration business and the Facebook page for it has been inundated with comments from people who are appalled by her actions before her arrest.'How dare you abuse and harass our soldiers in uniform!!! You and your son have absolutely no class and should be utterly ashamed of yourselves,' said one comment.
Another user added: 'Thank you for showing your hate.
'With all of the lunging and slapping happening, it was never shown through cell phone video that Mrs. Sharpe did anything wrong,' the police report reads. Mitchell tried, without fail, to stop the attack on Mrs.
Sharpe.'Because Sharpe was in her Army uniform at the time, she has not been able to comment publicly on the incident. The United States Army Reserve Command's media relations office said in a statement that Mitchell has served since 2001 and Sharpe has served since 2008. 'We are aware of an incident that occurred over the weekend involving two of our Soldiers in Macon, GA.
Mercer University spokesman Kyle Sears told The Telegraph that Tucker is not currently employed by the school, and after the incident, 'will not be teaching at Mercer in the future'.