Girl, vehicle hit with baseball bat in felony menacing case

WESTMINSTER, Colo. - Westminster Police are investigating a felony menacing incident that happened early Friday morning.

Officers said they were called out to 92nd Avenue and Lowell Boulevard at 1 a.m. on a disturbance.

When officers arrived, they said they found a vehicle with windows broken out. Officers also said they found a girl who had possibly been hit by a baseball bat. She had apparently been targeted by the suspects.

The girl was taken to the hospital.

Officers said as they arrived in the area, they saw a van matching the description of the suspect vehicle leaving the area. 

Officers attempted to stop the van and the vehicle fled, police said.

Investigations said  the van stopped on its own in the 1300 block of Peoria Street in Aurora and the occupants ran.

Westminster Police said two people were taken into custody and they are looking for two more.

An adult male was held on charges related to the felony menacing. A juvenile male was released to his parent.

"At this time we are looking for at least one more male subject, and Westminster Detectives are working to obtain a warrant for his arrest," police said in a news release.  "The male suspect and juvenile victim in this case did have a prior relationship, and we do know the female victim was targeted by the male."

The female victim is a juvenile; she was treated at a local hospital and was released.

"Due to the ongoing investigation, we are not releasing names or booking photos associated with this case," police said.