Police in Michigan said a woman who broke into a home had her mother and 2-year-old daughter waiting for her in the car.

Investigators said Nicole Anne Bugajski, 26, of Egelston Township, was inside an elderly man's Muskegon Township house when he returned home Saturday and he used his pickup truck to block her car in the driveway, the Muskegon (Mich.) Chronicle reported Thursday.

The man told police Bugajski's mother, Kimberly Anne Mahnke, 51, was inside the car and attempted to "stall" him while her daughter was inside. He said he and his wife found Bugajski in their bedroom.

Police said Bugajski's 2-year-old daughter was also in the car. The report said she was wearing "a dirty pair of pants and shirt" and "her face was uncleaned and she had no shoes on."

Officers said they found items belonging to the victim, who was familiar with the suspects, inside the car.

Bugajski and Mahnke were each charged with one count of second-degree home invasion. Bugajski was also arraigned Monday as a third-offense habitual offender and for second-offense driving on a suspended license.