Two behind bars after what police call a mob action

By Julia Bruck - email

CARBONDALE, IL (KFVS) - A night out leaves two behind bars and a restaurant with a big mess to clean up.
Carbondale Police are investigating what's they're calling a mob action.  Late Monday afternoon Heartland News received court documents from Jackson County.  The paperwork shows two women face charges.
Carbondale Police responded to a report of a disturbance at Steak N' Shake just before 3 o'clock early Sunday morning.   According to police, several women were in an argument that ended in physical confrontation.  Authorities arrested four women between the ages of 19 and 25 years old.
As of Monday night, only two were in the Jackson County Jail.  Heartland News spoke with the Jackson County State's Attorney office. They say they have not filed charges against two of the women.
Meanwhile 25-year-old Zoraida Flores faces two charges.  Those include criminal damage to property and battery.  Court documents claim Flores threw a bottle through a window that left $300 worth of damage.  Flores also allegedly pushed one of the women.
Jana Cole, 21, is also behind bars.  She's charged with obstructing justice, she allegedly gave a false name to officers.  Cole also has a warrant for under age possession and consumption of alcohol.
Monday afternoon Heartland News went to Steak n' Shake.  Inside you could see missing glass that separates the two damaged booths.  We understand those should be fixed in the next day.  Steak n' Shake management had no comment.