A man who threw tossed a drink in the face of a teenage boy at a Texas Whataburger has been booked and released on bond.
“The man accused of hurling a drink in the face of a teenager inside a Texas Whataburger restaurant and stealing the 16-year-old’s “Make America Great Again” hat was arrested Thursday,” according to a San Antonio, TX Fox affiliate.
July 6, Kino Jimenez was arrested and booked for one count of “felony theft of a person.” He was apparently released on a $5000 bond shortly thereafter.
Jimenez was formerly a member of the Harris County Green Party, but according to Heavy, he has been removed.
“We all have different opinions of our president, but we don’t take it out on innocent kids who just happen to have a hat on,” said Gavino Zarate,secretary of the Harris County Green Party. “You may not like the hat or you may not like the president, but you don’t show that kind of aggression toward teenagers. It goes against everything the Green Party stands for. We are not violent. We do not take our aggression out on innocent young people.”
It is unclear when Jimenez will appear in court.
“The charge of ‘Theft of Person’ for Jimenez is a Texas state jail felony, according to the Bexar County Central Magistrate. At press time, Jimenez is behind bars awaiting a bail hearing.
Under Texas Penal Code Chapter 31, Jimenez is facing a felony charge due to his action of snatching the hat directly off the head of the 16-year-old. If convicted, Jimenez would face up to two years in prison and no less than 6 months, according to statute.”
Jimenez is the very definition of a loser.
Jimenez has a lengthy criminal history fraught with run-ins with the law, including several DWI charges, a drug possession charge, and a burglary charge according to public records:
When not assaulting children or driving drunk, Jimenez is a Dungeons & Dragons cosplayer, and activity that the 16-year-olds whom he assaulted have likely grown out of.
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