An angry concert-goer smashed his car into two women and four parked cars while leaving the People en Español Festival at the Alamodome early Sunday morning, police say.
San Antonio police Officer Matt Porter said the suspect was fighting with his girlfriend after the Saturday night concert and became even more irate after two men intervened.
The suspect then climbed into a silver Honda and retaliated by driving into two women, Porter said. He also smashed into five cars before trying to drive away.
The suspect was stopped by police at the underground bus depot. Manuel Rodriguez-Gutierrez, 25, was arrested and charged with two counts of aggravated assault with a motor vehicle and driving while intoxicated.
Police said the two women were taken to University Hospital with minor injuries. One of the women, who is pregnant, was taken in for observation.
Pregnant Woman Struck by Car
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