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San Diego Man Charged With Racial Attack on 3 Women in Hijabs, Yells ‘Go Back To Your Country’

A San Diego man has been arrested in reference to racial assaults on three ladies sporting hijabs and allegedly yelling at them to “go back to your country,” native police have confirmed.

Kyle Allen, 50, reportedly began berating the ladies at about 12:55 p.m. on Columbia Street within the metropolis’s Little Italy district on Sunday, taunting them with quite a lot of racial slurs.

He can be accused of slapping the ladies and eradicating certainly one of their hijabs—the headdress worn by some Muslim ladies as an emblem of their religion.

San Diego Man Charged With Racial Attack on 3 Women in Hijabs, Yells 'Go Back To Your Country'
A file picture of a lady in a hijab. A San Diego man was arrested in reference to a racial assault on three ladies sporting the Muslim headdress. Getty

The incident is claimed to have occurred when Allen and the three ladies crossed paths on the road, with the ladies making method for Allen to cross. Allen is then stated to have lunged his shoulder into one of many ladies, a witness—who gave her title solely as Amy—instructed ABC 10 News.

“Fists started flying, and it was his fists,” she stated. “He started swinging at the women, trying to hit the woman that he almost knocked down, but he ended up hitting one of the other women.”

Amy stated she was certainly one of a number of individuals to name 911 and report the continuing assault to police.

“As I got closer, I heard him calling her names and telling them to go back to where they came from,” she added.

Allen in the end left the scene and made method for his condo. However a number of witnesses trailed him and alerted police as to the place he lived.

Officers arrived on the man’s condo a short while later and once they knocked on his door, he greeted police bearing a gun in his hand.

Eli Morales, who additionally witnessed the incident, instructed Fox5 News that police tried to speak down Morales for a number of hours, earlier than efficiently getting him to show himself in.

“All these detectives came and were staying guarded at the door the whole night,” he stated.

San Diego Police Sergeant Matthew Botkin confirmed that three ladies strolling towards West Beech Street had been shoved and slapped by a person strolling in the other way, reported the San Diego Union-Tribune. The newspaper additionally reported it had seen video footage of the assault captured on cellphone.

Botkin added that after Allen was apprehended, officers found an extra gun fitted with a silencer inside his house.

Allen was booked into jail on fees of battery, violating civil rights with pressure or threats and possessing a firearm silencer. He was later launched and is predicted to seem in court docket on October 21.

The incident comes after President Donald Trump additionally instructed 4 Democratic congresswomen—Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York—to “go back” the place they initially got here from in July.

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