Woman arrested in brutal brick beating of 92-year-old man in Willowbrook The felony complaint includes special allegations that Jones personally used a deadly and risky weapon, a brick, during the commission of the crime and that she committed great bodily injury upon the victim, the DA's office said in a statement.
Detectives with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department arrested 30-year-old Laquisha Jones in the attack late Tuesday and booked her into jail for investigation of assault with a deadly weapon. Prosecutors are asking that bail be set at $1.125 million.
Jones is suspected in the 7:30 p.m. July 4 attack on Rodolfo Rodriguez that occurred near East 118th and Robin streets. She also shouted "Go back to your country", a resident who witnessed the incident told a local CBS affiliate.
According to CNN, Rodriguez was visiting family in Willowbrook, California, when he went for his daily walk around the neighborhood. She is set to return to court on July 26. Rodriguez said he is thankful that Jones was arrested, but he does not harbor resentment toward her or the other men.
The felony complaint alleges that "the defendant personally used a deadly and unsafe weapon, a brick, during the commission of the crime and that she committed great bodily injury upon the victim", according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office.
Misbel Borjas, who lives near Rodriguez, was passing by in a auto when she saw him walking and trying to pass a woman and a girl. He reportedly suffered broken ribs, a broken cheekbone, and bruises all over his body, but because the assailants fled before the police arrived, no arrests had been made initially.
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Misbel Borjas was driving by when she saw the woman hitting Rodriguez repeatedly in the head with a concrete brick, she said.
The Sheriff's Department says the motive remains unknown.
"I'm just overwhelmed how anybody can do this to a human being at all", Mendoza told previously told KCBS-TV.
A GoFundMe campaign has been launched to help cover his medical expenses.
"She was yelling at him, 'Go back to your country, ' or 'Go back to Mexico, '" Borjas recalled. "There's no harm that he meant in general for you treat him the way you did". While Rodriguez was being assaulted, he could only hear people's voices but couldn't make out what his attackers were saying, he said.