Stockton woman injured in drive-by pumpkin attack
STOCKTON, Calif. (KABC) -- A woman in Stockton, Calif. had to be hospitalized after someone threw a pumpkin at her from a moving car.
Investigators are not treating this as a Thanksgiving night prank - they're treating the case as an assault with a deadly weapon.
The woman, 51, was struck in the chest during the drive-by assault. She was just walking across the street when she was attacked.
Stockton police say they're looking for a white four-door sedan in connection with the assault.
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