Two mothers and their two teenage daughters were arrested following a brawl in the middle school when one mother drove her already suspended daughter to school to fight a teenage rival.

The mothers Ana Rivera and Maribel Santiago are scheduled to be appear in the court on Thursday following a charge of simple assault in connection with Monday's brawl. All four of then were charged with disorderly conduct.

According to AP reports, Rivera, 44 allegedly drove her daughter to Woonsocket Middle School so she could fight Santiago's daughter.

The feud started between two teenage girls almost two weeks ago, when they began fighting outside the school on Monday. According to police reports, at one time all four including both mothers started fighting.

When a teacher interrupted to stop the fight, she was hit by Santiago.

According to Detective Lt. Timothy Paul, the department plans to notify the state Department of Children, Youth and Families about Rivera's case.

Santiago and Rivera were released on $1,000 bail Monday evening.