A Greenbush woman says two men broke into her home early Monday morning and brutally attacked her.
On Tuesday, a Medway man charged with that crime made his first court appearance.
Just hours after the reported attack against Marcia Fieger occurred, she sat down with TV5 and described what happened.
Fieger said, "They came through my son's bedroom window on the far end of the trailer. As they entered, two grown men, both of them anywhere from 6 feet or higher, came through my window spraying a fire extinguisher and mace."
She said the men made their way toward her, then started attacking her with the extinguisher and a tire iron.
"I just remember getting blows to the top of my head and blows to the back of my head. They both just kept beating me and beating me," said Fieger.
While her injuries are clear, Fieger said she's more concerned about her two children, a five year old and a three year old.
She said, "Unfortunately, they were sitting in a chair and they watched the whole thing and just watched them brutally beat me."
It was her kids she was fighting for a day later in court.
Fieger was there on Tuesday for 23-year-old Nicholas Hutchinson's first appearance. He's charged with aggravated assault and robbery. Fieger says Hutchinson knew her and knew her kids. She pleaded with the judge that he be held without bail.
"To make it known, not just the damage that physically he did to me, but the damage he did to my 3 year old and my 5 year old. My 3 year old was up 3 or 4 times last night screaming my name and my 5 year old is unsure of the fact that this isn't going to be the only time that somebody's going to do this," said Fieger outside of court on Tuesday.
The judge decided on $50,000 cash bail.
Fieger said Hutchinson being behind bars is the only thing making her kids feel safe. But she's not sure if any of them, including herself, will feel secure in that home again.
The second suspect is still on the loose.
Greenbush Woman Describes Brutal Attack After Two Men Broke Into her Home