Two KFC managers were arrested Wednesday afternoon after they began fighting in one of the fast food restaurant's locations in North Little Rock, authorities said.
Melissa Williams, 30, of Jacksonville, and Eunice Holder, 28, of North Little Rock, were each arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct.
North Little Rock Police Department reports show authorities responded shortly after 1:45 p.m. when another employee called to officers outside the restaurant at 4400 Camp Robinson Road through the drive-through window.
An officer separated Williams and Holder after finding them in a "physical altercation," the report said. Williams suffered scratches on her hand, and Holder had bleeding under one of her nails, police said.
The report didn't specify what started the fight.
Police reportedly looked at surveillance video from the business, which showed the two managers arguing in an office but didn't capture "who threw the first punch."
A spokesman for the Pulaski County sheriff's office said Holder and Williams were each cited and released from the jail Wednesday.