Newport News woman arrested for threatening mother at baseball game

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Marquilla Bremby. (NNPD)

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – A Newport News woman was arrested after threatening a mother and her child with a gun at a baseball game in April.

On April 14, a 37-year-old Hampton woman and her child attended a baseball game at Newport News’ Anderson Park. A woman not known to the victim pulled out a gun and threatened to harm her and her child.

The offender left the area in a vehicle, threatening to return at the next game, which was to be held April 17.

31-year-old Marquilla Bremby, of the 2200 block of Madison Avenue in Newport News, was located on July 11 and was charged with brandishing and pointing a firearm.

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