Details of a fight at a Wasilla apartment building last week are confusing, but troopers say it all started over use of a dryer in the laundry room. The Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman reports that Kayla Clabo has been charged with assault, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct after allegedly biting two other residents and then attempting to bite a pair of troopers trying to arrest her. The troopers said they were forced to bind her hands and feet before carrying her to the patrol car.
One of the women told [trooper Kevin] Vik that “Kayla left her clothes in the dryer, so she moved them so she could put her clothes in,” Vik wrote.
The woman left Clabo a note. Clabo woke the woman and her family up at 2:30 a.m. to confront them about it, after which they went to Clabo’s apartment, stopping by the laundry room first where they found a note.
“Don’t touch my cloths (sic) and be disprespectful (sic) and put them on the floor,” it reads, minus the profanity. “At least I put your (sic) on the dryer.”
When they arrived at Clabo’s apartment, they told Vik, Clabo attacked them. Clabo’s boyfriend and another man separated the two fighting women.
Eventually, troopers said, Clabo resumed the fight at the victim's apartment. Read more at The Frontiersman: Laundry room fight leads to loads of trouble