Transcript for Father Stabbed in Apparent Mistaken Home Invasion
To a nightmare for one family. Their home invaded in an apparent case of mistaken identity. Police say the intruders were looking for drugs forcing tear way in and stabbing the father. Clayton Sandell has the wife's desperate call for help. Reporter: This morning, police are hunting for two suspects in a botched terrifying robbery. They're in my house. 911. There's three men that just came in my house and attacked my husband and I. Reporter: Jessica and Jesse swift, both middle schoolteachers with two young children at their golden, Colorado, home Monday night. They knocked on my door and then they came in my house. Reporter: When three men barge inside. I have two little kids. You have kids in the house? Yes. Reporter: Jesse grabs a knife and fights back. He is stabbed. Oh, my gosh. God, please help. Please, my husband is bleeding really badly. Reporter: Not before taking one of the suspects down. Do you know who these people were? No, I have no idea. There were three guys. We have one of them down inside of our house. Reporter: Police say the bad guys wearing looking to steal $10,000 in cash and drugs, but it turns out they somehow had the wrong address. Police arrested two suspects and are now looking for more. 20-year-old Cody Jones and a woman allegedly driving a getaway car. This morning Jesse is in the hospital recovering. The school where he teaches calling him a hero. For "Good morning America," Clayton Sandell, ABC news, golden, Colorado.
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