Contra Costa DA charges Richmond cafe assault suspect
The Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Place of work has charged a 29-yr-old Bay Point female with many offenses in connection with an assault on a woman outside a speedy-meals cafe last month, authorities said.
In accordance to Richmond law enforcement, a disagreement that was partially captured in mobile-telephone digital camera footage started outside a McDonalds at 2301 Macdonald Ave., about 12:30 p.m. on Feb. 5 that led to the female throwing items at a victim in the travel-through lane and then making use of a car to ram a auto with the victim and her younger young children inside of.
The attack ended with the woman’s car or truck hanging the sufferer, carrying her on the hood of her automobile for about 50 yards prior to throwing her on to nearby Nevin Avenue, law enforcement reported.
Right after investigators shared the camera footage with the media, law enforcement say group associates shared guidelines and information and facts about the attack that led to the woman’s surrender Tuesday to Richmond police, who booked her into jail on suspicion of several costs.
On Thursday, the district attorney’s workplace charged the girl with two counts every of felony assault with a fatal weapon and misdemeanor youngster endangerment, as properly as felony counts of assault very likely to induce excellent bodily injuries and leaving the scene of an accident.
Anybody with information might connect with Richmond law enforcement Det. Orlando Guzman as 510-965-4966, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or get in touch with an anonymous suggestion line at 510-307-8177 (T1PS).
Get in touch with George Kelly at 408-859-5180.