A Mesa woman was struck with a baseball bat after three assailants forced their way into her home, according to a Mesa Police report.
Just after midnight Thursday, Mesa police were called to the 2000 block of East Bayberry for an aggravated assault. The victim said three people she did not know came to the home looking for her brother-in-law, who was not there. They then struck the victim with a baseball bat and forced their way in the home, according to the report. The victim tried to hide, but the suspects broke the bedroom doors, as well as the back sliding glass door. The three assailants left in a car.
The victim was bruised and cut in the attack. She was taken to a Mesa hospital with a non life-threatening injury.
The first assailant was described as an American Indian man, 5-foot-6 and 250 lbs., wearing a red hooded sweatshirt and black pants. The second assailant was described as an American Indian man. The third was described as a American Indian female with long, dark hair.