Boyfriend accused of attempting to murder girlfriend, mother in Glendale apartment

A mother and her daughter are fighting for their lives after they were severely beaten inside their Glendale apartment Friday morning, officials said.

Multiple 911 calls came in from concerned neighbors who heard yelling come from inside the unit around 4:15 a.m. Minutes later, the mother was able to contact authorities from inside her apartment located in the 600 block of West Wilson near the intersection of South Pacific Avenue, police said.

The mother heard her daughter and her daughter's fiancé arguing throughout the night. At one point, she decided to check in when she saw the man beating her daughter.

She attempted to intervene when the man turned around and began assaulting her with some type of object.

A neighbor, who asked to remain anonymous, told FOX 11 he was woken up by the screaming. He said he could hear a young woman yelling.

Both women were taken to a local hospital and had blunt force trauma to their heads. The daughter is in critical condition, while her mother was listed as serious condition.

Officials have not yet revealed the names of the victims.

Police say the suspect has a criminal history. His name was not immediately released.

Detectives at the scene were awaiting approval for a search warrant.

Police are looking for a black or silver GMC truck with the California license plate number 02529S2.

Anyone who spots the vehicle is asked to call police.