Man Brutally Beats Mother, Daughter, and Man with Brass Knuckles
San Antonio police are on the hunt for a man who brutally beat a man, woman, and daughter right inside their tire shop. The owner of the tire shop Jose Terrazas is calling on the police, “San Antonio Police do your job, I need this guy brought to justice."
SECURITY CAMERA NOTIFICATION
Terrazas explained he had left to get tacos for lunch. On his way to get the food, he received a notification from his security system. That's when Terrazas saw the video of a man running into his shop and bolting to the office.“By the time I got here it was already too late,” Terrazas said.
The video shows the vicious scene. Terrazas says the man in a white tank top ran into the shop office and punched his employee Hector Sanchez, with brass knuckles.
Moments later the man is seen running away from the office, but soon after Terrazas mother comes out from the back. That's when the man turns around and starts beating her.
Suddenly Terrazas sister bursts into action. She can be seen trying to jump on the man. He then turns his attention to her and beats her on the ground.
“My mom was already busted up, my sister, my coworker,” Jose said. “If I was here it wouldn't have been the same story.”
50-year-old Olga Terrazas is now out of the hospital and recovering at home.
“He tore my mom's lip open,” Jose said. “He almost knocked out all her teeth."
WHO WAS THE MAN?
Although, law enforcement officials have not openly named the suspect,
Terrazas says his sister recently filed for divorce from the man seen in the video.
“He cut off his ankle bracelet about a month ago,” Jose said.
HOW COULD THIS HAPPEN
If what Terrazas is claiming about the man's ankle monitor is true, there is a protocol that may have been missed. According to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, "if there is tampering or a strap alert from one of these GPS ankle monitors, it should be investigated within a four-hour time frame."