Angry, Cheeves and Williams stormed away from the club firing shots and leaving a behind a trail of smashed car windows, police said.
They climbed into a Chevrolet Monte Carlo, and then drunk, Cheeves and Williams took turns circling the 2300 block of N. 8th Street. During one of the passes, the soused women struck and injured three people then fled the area, police said.
Cheeves, after dropping Williams off, returned alone. About 4 a.m., the Monte Carlo jumped a curb near the club and plowed into a crowd.
The car struck six people including the club's owner, Kadella "Mother Breakfast" Davis, according to the Philadelphia Gay News.
Cheeves and Williams were arrested soon after. One of the injured, Alisha Moore, 27, died of her injuries, police said.
After a "lengthy investigation," the District Attorney's office filed numerous criminal counts against the women. In addition to murder, Cheeves is charged homicide by vehicle, DUI, aggravated assault, leaving the scene and related offenses, District Attorney Seth Williams said.
Williams, 22, was charged with aggravated assault, simple assault, DUI, leaving the scene of an accident and other charges, the district attorney said.
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