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Two charged with attacking woman in Cambridge; one swung softball bat at her but missed, police say

Cambridge Police report arresting two women they charge went after a third in a violent attack at Columbia Street and Bishop Allen Drive on Monday afternoon.

According to police, Quiarah King, 23, of Pacific Street, struck the victim repeatedly in the arms and shoulders with a glass bottle during the beating, around 4:45 p.m. Kyla Cruceta, 23, of Dana Street, " took a full swing at the victim with a aluminum girls softball bat," but missed, police say.

King was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon; Cruceta with assault by means of a dangerous weapon, police say.

Innocent, etc.

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took a full swing at the victim with a aluminum girls softball bat

I can probably tell a baseball bat from a softball bat at a fair distance, but it occurred to me that I have no idea what makes a bat a girl's bat. I went on Google, Amazon, and Ebay and found out.

It is pink.

Sometimes it has a Hello Kitty on it.

Some may argue that girl's bats are lighter weight. Nope. A light bat is a light bat.

A lighter weight PINK bat would be a girl's bat.

There is one that says Diva on it and isn't pink. Progress.

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