Woman charged with attempted murder in brick attack on 92-year-old

California woman charged with attempted murder in brick beating of 92-year-old grandfather

California woman charged with attempted murder in brick beating of 92-year-old grandfather

A woman arrested in connection with the brutal assault of a 92-year-old man who was struck with a concrete brick and berated during an attack on a Southern California sidewalk was charged Thursday with attempted murder.

Jones allegedly fled from the scene after the beating. "There's no harm that he meant for you to treat him the way you did". Prosecutors asked her bail be set at $1.125 million.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office told NBC News on Wednesday that the incident did not involve a hate crime.

Borjas, who said she witnessed the attack, said Rodriguez did nothing to provoke it, though she said Jones claimed he had bumped into her daughter.

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Jones is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday afternoon. 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 unsafe 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. She is set to appear in court on July 26. She also shouted "Go back to your country", a resident who witnessed the incident told a local CBS affiliate. The woman assaulted him without warning, hitting him with a concrete brick and enlisting a group of men to beat him, he said. Jones then picked up a brick and repeatedly smashed the man in the face, resulting in a broken cheekbone, broken ribs, bruises and lacerations on his face. He has since been released from the hospital and is now recovering.

He told reporters that he doesn't know why he was attacked and is grateful for the outpouring of community support and well wishes he's received. The family has been inundated with media requests and is asking for a brief reprieve as they try to get back to a sense of normalcy.

A Gofundme page created by Rodriguez's family to help pay for his medical bills has gone has already reached over $317,000, exceeding its original goal of $15,000.

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