Published: Tue, July 10, 2018
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

91-year-old visitor beaten with brick, told 'go back to Mexico'

91-year-old visitor beaten with brick, told 'go back to Mexico'

"I'm in so much pain". "He's 92 years of age". Mendoza told the outlet.

"There's no words to explain it", said Rodriguez's his grandson Erik Mendoza, who hasn't left his grandpa's bedside.

Rodolfo Rodriguez, a Mexican national who was visiting family, said he was attacked as he was taking a walk on the Fourth of July. Thinking he might have gone for his daily walk, Mendoza wandered around the Los Angeles neighborhood searching for him. He was confronted by a woman with a child by her side after he accidentally bumped into the young girl. "I just passed her and she pushed me and she hit me until she was done".

"We are concerned, especially with the type of crime they committed", Deputy D'Angelo Robinson told KCBS.

Authorities are hunting for several suspects after a 92-year-old grandfather was beaten with a brick on July 4 and told to "go back to your country, ' reports said". We can't these kind of people like that out in our streets'.

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Sheriff's officials say they are searching for four or five suspects in the case but have not issued suspect descriptions other than to say one is a woman seen in cellphone video of the incident, and the others are men. Rodolfo Rodriguez was walking in his neighborhood when he came into an altercation with a woman, who then proceeded to beat him with a brick. The 2017 California report evinced an uptick of more than 17 percent, with anti-Hispanic and anti-Latino crimes soaring over 50 percent a year ago, according to the Sacramento Bee.

A group of men also joined the assault, witnesses said, as they began to record the incident on video and call the police.

"She was yelling at him, 'Go back to your country, ' or 'Go back to Mexico, '" Borjas said, via The Los Angeles Times.

"Go back to your country, why are you here?" the girl's mother yelled at the Mexico native, according to a neighbor who snapped a picture of the unhinged woman from her vehicle.

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