Brass knuckles attack reported at Volcom's headquarters

A brass knuckles attack was reported at Volcom's headquarters in Costa Mesa

Police are investigating an attack in which one person was struck with brass knuckles at Volcom's headquarters in Costa Mesa.

Few details were available, but Costa Mesa police said they responded around 11:40 p.m. Wednesday after an altercation began at the skate and surf apparel company's campus in the 1700 block of Monrovia Avenue.

One person suffered cuts on his forehead, Sgt. Ed Everett told the Daily Pilot. Two or three males attacked the unidentified person and fled in a car, police said. Descriptions of those involved were not immediately available.

Costa Mesa Fire Department personnel transported the injured person to Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach.

Dobruck writes for Times Community News.

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