A Texas mom is behind bars after a cellphone camera caught her reportedly beating up a student who attends her daughter’s high school.
Corpus Christi Caller Times reports that incident occurred on Oct. 18 at Miller High School in Corpus Christi, Texas. The suspect, identified as 34-year-old Mary Alice Hernandez, allegedly attacked a high school girl who had some sort of altercation in the past with Hernandez’s daughter.
The suspect fled the scene after striking the student several times while pulling her hair. The victim’s mother commented on the video, posted on Facebook by one of the students, in hopes that someone could locate the woman who attacked her daughter.
“Please help me find this lady…my daughter didn’t want to hit her because she didn’t want to disrespect her since shes an older woman,” Julie Piñon wrote. “This lady had the b***s to do this after my daughter and her daughter fought one on one…please share and the dude on the video has all the fault for letting this grown a** woman touch on my kid!”
According to Corpus Christi Independent School District Police Chief Kirby Warnke, the school had been looking for Hernandez for around a week before they found her.
Hernandez is charged with with assault causing bodily injury, according to the Corpus Christi Independent School District Police Department. She was booked into jail on a $25,000 bond.
Please help me find this lady…my daughter didn't want to hit her because she didnt want to disrespect her since shes an older woman.. They live in sagewest apts and the daughters name is Virginia hernandez ..this lady had the balls to do this after my daughter and her daughter fought one on one…please share and the dude on the video has all the fault for letting this grown ass woman touch on my kid! ***UPDATE***The whole story is as follows: A kid by the name of Roel Garza, who goes to my daughter's school, spread a disgusting rumor about my daughter that was untrue. My daughter, feeling violated, confronted him. Roel is the one who called that girl, Virginia to come and beat up my daughter. She showed up at my daughter's school with her mom, Mary Alice munquia, knowing my daughter was still there for volleyball practice. Virginia approached my daughter and a fight started, the fight my daughter won. Virginia's mother apparently couldn't handle the defeat and decided to attack my daughter. My daughter did not want to fight the woman back, partly out of respect, and also because the woman clearly had an entourage that would have, without a doubt, hurt my daughter even worse.
Posted by Julie Piñon on Tuesday, October 17, 2017
[Feature Photo: Corpus Christi Independent School District Police Department]