GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- An alleged assault between children at a park led to a swarm of people vandalizing a Grand Rapids home.
Jenna Gray says her two children were assaulted Monday evening at Lincoln Park. When she took them home, she says the group followed them. In a video she recorded, you can see them throwing rocks and taunting her family.
"I called 911 and I asked for the ambulance because she [one of her children] had lost feeling in her legs so I was scared to death that she had a spinal injury at that point," Gray said.
Both of her daughters, ages 10 and 7, were taken to the hospital for bone fractures and some bumps and bruises.
It wasn't over there, though. Gray says the group of children returned Tuesday with adults, many their parents, and did even more damage.
"At that point, the girls started throwing rocks, bricks, objects to the point where they broke my window. [They] split my door frame down the middle to my front door trying to get in to my property... my 10-year-old-called 911 at that point," she said.
Gray's neighbor took a video of the Tuesday incident.
"Lots of yelling; the girls were swearing. They were mean, telling the mom to come outside and take it like an adult," the neighbor, who asked to remain anonymous, said.
Gray said the only time police officers responded was the initial fight on Monday where the kids were hurt.