Police in Asheville, North Carolina, arrested five people in connection with violence at a Donald Trump campaign rally Monday night—and issued warrants for two more, including one who they charge punched a 69-year-old woman in face at the event. Officials say a warrant was issued for Richard Campbell, of Edisto Island, South Carolina, who allegedly punched Shirley Teeter, who, after she was struck, reportedly fell on an oxygen tank she was carrying and has sore ribs, a sore jaw, and a cut on her elbow. “Why did I get involved yesterday at my age? Because I ran into another situation that was sickening my heart,” she said Tuesday.
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