VACAVILLE — Finishing an argument was important enough Sunday for two Sacramento women to end up in handcuffs.
That was the case at the Vacaville Premium Outlets, where the two women returned days after an altercation to continue the beef with employees, according to police.
It ended up with two children being taken by Child Protective Services and the arrest of Marjorie Madison, 37, and Tyease James, 38, on a variety of allegations.
Vacaville police with the Retail Detail were called to a store around 4:45 p.m. after a report of an argument with employees. Store workers also reported the two women had previously been in the store and caused a disturbance with employees.
While performing a probation check on the two women, police said they smelled marijuana and searched their vehicle. Inside they reportedly found stolen property from several different outlet stores. Police were able to contact employees of those stores, who identified the property.
According to reports, the women were arrested on suspicion of commercial burglary, possession of stolen property, possession of a controlled substance and child endangerment.
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