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Angry woman going to prison Neal Putnam | Sat, Feb 05 2011 12:00 PM

Angry woman off to prison

By Neal Putnam

The Star-News correspondent

A Chula Vista woman with anger management issues was sentenced Jan. 26 to six years in prison.

Felicia Andrea Speaks, 31, was denied probation for attacking two people at a service station and someone from an area bank. Chula Vista Superior Court Judge Kathleen Lewis fined her $5,020.

Speaks was at the Arco AM-PM mini-mart on E Street in Chula Vista on June 26, 2010, around 11:30 a.m., and claimed she was blocked from putting air in her tires by another car. She became enraged and left the station only to return minutes later with a wooden club.

The woman she hit went to a hospital with minor injuries. Speaks pleaded guilty to assaulting two woman at the service station, including one who had no injuries. She pleaded guilty to misdemeanor battery of a woman she confronted June 7 in the parking lot of her bank at 400 H Street in Chula Vista.

Deputy District Attorney Trisha Amador said Speaks did not know the women she confronted. Speaks agreed to the six-year sentence when she pleaded guilty on Oct. 21.

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