Three people have been charged with felony mob action after a fight at a Shiloh residence.
Collinsville residents Shelbi Thomas, 18, and Jeremy Mixen, 22, and Fairview Heights resident Keaton Boehler, 20, were each charged with a Class 4 felony, according to St. Clair County Circuit Clerk's Office records.
A preliminary hearing in their case is set for Friday at the St. Clair County Building.
Shiloh Police Department responded to a fight on Sunday at a residence in the 500 block of Williamsburg Drive. The three suspects were arrested as they tried to flee the scene.
According to Shiloh Police Department Sgt. Kyle Bade, one of the suspects was a former resident of the home.
"That person and a of the current occupant had a falling out," Bade said. "It started with text messages and one thing led to another and the group showed up to confront the current occupant. They're young people whose emotions ran high and that's how it escalated."
Bade said no one was seriously injured in the fight that followed, although Thomas' mug shot showed that her face was badly scratched.
According to St. Clair County records, Thomas and Mixen bonded out of jail. Boehler remains in custody on $20,000 bond.