(News Observer) Simone Jasper October 14 2019 10:58 AM Three women who ran a fighting ring" at a North Carolina assisted living facility encouraged residents to get into a physical altercation officials say. They were workers at the Danby House in Winston-Salem in June when they didnt intervene in a fight between two residents with dementia according to a report from the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services. Staff members took video of the fight which led to one resident being strangled with her face turning red" and shared it on social media the state report says. It happened when one resident hit another and the report says staff members can be heard on video saying Punch her in the face." During the altercation a staff member asked Are you recording? You gonna send it to me?" the report says. The employees let the fight happen because one of the residents always caused problems" the state says. The fighting incident wasnt documented in the residents records according to DHHS. Though the report doesnt name the staff members the Winston-Salem Journal identifies them as Taneshia Deshawn Jordan Tonacia Yvonne Tyson and Marilyn Latish McKey. Winston-Salem police arrested the three women this month and charged them with misdemeanor assault on an individual with a disability" WGHP reports. McKey faces an additional charge after she was accused of shoving one of the residents involved in the fight during a separate incident at the nursing home according to the station. Staff took video while McKey pushed the woman into a room turned off the light and yelled to the resident to go to sleep and then closed the door leaving the resident in the dark room" according to the report. Also appearing on video was a resident who was on the floor and couldnt get up the report says.