Oregon Woman Breaks Into Home, Bites Inhabitant Because She Was Playing A ‘Zombie Game’

| by Sarah Fruchtnicht

An Oregon woman who broke into a home and attacked a woman inside claimed she thought she was playing a “zombie game,” police said.

Jessica Rocha, 27, was charged with criminal mischief, assault, unlawful entry, harassment and attempted burglary, according to Sergeant Kelley Andrews of Coos County.

She was arrested at a Lakeside home early Monday after she allegedly pushed Erica Tate, 37, down the stairs, pulled her hair and bit her on the face, The Oregonian said.

"She was making comments about playing a zombie game,'" Andrews said, "I've never heard of that."

Authorities believe Rocha was drunk and high at the time of the incident.

Rocha was arraigned Monday and is being held at Coos County Jail on $77,500 bail.

Sources: Reuters, The Oregonian

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