SHEBOYGAN, Wis., June 14 (UPI) -- Authorities in Wisconsin said an incident starting as an argument about shampoo ended with the arrests of two brothers for disorderly conduct.
Police said they responded to a Sheboygan home Monday on a report of a disturbance and found Jonathan Pippert arguing with his mother on the front lawn, the Sheboygan Press reported Tuesday.
Investigators said Pippert, 32, and his brother, Jared Pippert, 27, both had scrapes and bruises on their upper bodies. The brothers told police they fought after Jonathan took a bottle of shampoo from Jared's room, but each brother claimed the other started the fight.
Jonathan Pippert is facing up to two years in jail due to prior convictions and Jared Pippert is facing up to 90 days.