DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Shakita Crittenton, 35, of Dothan was arrested on a string of charges — charges that even the Dothan Police Department view as bizarre.

“The charges individually we see from time to time however to see all of these charges on one individual is not as common as people think,” Lt. Ronald Hall said.

It started with a fight between teenagers on the 1200 block of lake street about a week ago.

Some of them left the area but according to Dothan police, Crittenton drove three of the teenagers back to lake street for revenge.

“When those individuals got out of the vehicle they also removed a handgun from the trunk and that group started sharing the same weapon and fired at another group leaving the area,” Lt. Hall said.

After several days of investigating, Wednesday DPD carried out a search warrant of Crittenton’s home on Ernest drive — just three minutes away.

That search landed her in more trouble due to their findings.

“Illegal narcotics, two animals both being puppies in individual crates in two separate closets they were malnourished and underweight,” Lt. Hall said.

Crittenton is being charged with two counts of first-degree assault, one count of discharging a firearm into an occupied vehicle, two counts of animal cruelty, and two for the chemical endangerment of a child.

Crittenton remains in the Houston County Jail with no bond set on those assault charges.