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Enid Police Look To Identify Everyone Involved In Recorded Brawl

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The video shows 17-year-old C.J. Marston getting the better of 18-year-old Victoria Williams. The video shows 17-year-old C.J. Marston getting the better of 18-year-old Victoria Williams.
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Enid Police are investigating who was involved in a vicious brawl which was caught on tape two days ago. 

News 9 forwarded that video to police, after it appeared on Facebook Monday night.  The video is of 17-year-old C.J. Marston getting the better of 18-year-old Victoria Williams. 

Williams attends Enid High School, Marston dropped out of Enid High a year ago. Marston lives with her grandmother, who says her granddaughter has been the subject of bullying and taunts for the past few years. 

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Marston and her grandmother say a car load of teenage girls and guys showed up in front of their house Monday afternoon.  Marston says they were looking for a fight and they got more than they bargained for.  

Marston repeatedly beat Williams to the ground.  Marston says after defending herself, she's now more concerned as ever about her safety.

"As many people who are threatening me now, yeah I am afraid for my safety," she said. 

Marston's grandmother, Rachel Scheuerman, says she has been caring for Marston and two of her siblings since their mother died from cancer two years ago at the age of 34.  

An Enid Spokesman says he anticipates charges to be filed against multiple people involved in Monday's brawl.  He says he just doesn't know exactly who or how many will be charged.

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