Black Man Reasons With Random Woman in Parking Rage Incident By Slugging Her
OVER-THE-RHINE, Ohio (WKRC) – Cincinnati Police are asking for help identifying the suspect of a vicious weekend assault in an Over-the-Rhine parking lot.
Police say Jennifer Watts was an innocent bystander who witnessed a minor car accident and was punched by the driver who saw her friend trying to take a picture of the fender bender.
Watts, the general manager of Japp’s, hit her head in the parking lot and suffered a brain hemorrhage. She is recovering from brain surgery.
Cincinnati police are trying to identify a suspect who struck a woman in the face after a minor parking lot accident, according to a media release.
Police say a black man between 20 and 30 years old driving a newer model, tan four-door sedan was involved in an accident in the parking lot at 1132 Sycamore St., Pendleton, around 12:55 a.m. Sunday.
According to the release, the suspect exited the vehicle, immediately approached the woman who was driving the other car and struck her in the face one time.
The victim fall on the ground and hit her head, causing serious injury.
The suspect then smacked a phone from another person who was attempting to record the incident, the release states. He then entered his sedan and left in an unknown direction.