More people with videos and photos have come forward Thursday after recognizing a woman seen in a viral video berating a young woman working out on the stairs at Wilson Park in Torrance, California, telling the woman to "go back to whatever Asian country she belongs in. A year-old Torrance father, who identifies as Asian-American and wished to remain anonymous for fear of his family's safety, shared a video with NBCLA showing who he says is the same woman seen in the other viral video. She is seen yelling at him, while the father's year-old son sat inside their car, and could hear everything.
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Ten minutes later, as Mata was packing his car with diapers for a trip to the park, two police SUVs rolled up. Alex Wigglesworth.
A new thing rich people are into: absolutely enormous crystals. More Column One Storytelling. His offense, by all appearances, was being the brown-skinned grandfather of a light-skinned child. Satisfied that no abduction had taken place, they prepared to leave. Alexander Martinez said in an interview.
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Athena Mata created a TikTok post consisting of cellphone video her dad shot of the police encounter interspersed with video clips of him playing with his laughing grandson. The block where Mata lives is a mix of bungalows and townhouses with picket fences bordering neat lawns. What if someone really had been abducting Milo? The post went viral, with more thanviews as of Thursday, and inspired a segment on local television news.
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It was more just trying to get clarification from the family. As the couple drove away, she said, she noticed a blond woman standing in front of a garage a few doors down, watching them leave. Column One: In drought-plagued northern Mexico, tens of thousands of cows are starving to death.
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Aswhen Athena was out with her father, people would sometimes pull her to the side and ask if she was OK. But this was the first time someone actually called the police because of the way they look, she said. Business A new thing rich people are into: absolutely enormous crystals.
Abel Mata and his grandson, Milo Walker, 2. A neighbor had called to report that a Latino man had kidnapped a white baby. As Mata and the officers walked toward the door, a blond woman came out of a neighboring apartment and approached them, shouting that he was the abductor. Business Visionaries. A stunned Mata was forced to explain: The child was his grandson.
Mata said that conversation, which gave him hope, took place as he was walking with his grandson.
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More stories. Follow Us twitter instagram facebook. If he did, he could be charged with harassment. Over the summer, a woman was caught on camera berating two people in separate anti-Asian tirades at Charles H. Wilson Park. The Matas said they understand why police responded.
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Times Store. Police vehicles surrounded Abel Mata on a sunny afternoon outside his Torrance home. The woman, Lena Hernandez, was eventually charged with battery in a separate confrontation that took place at Del Amo Fashion Center mall. Hot Property.
They then ushered him inside and questioned his wife. Tokyo Summer Olympics. She said that residents had been on heightened alert recently after a rumor flew that a man had tried to force a young woman into a sedan. The contrast — not unusual in a state where mixed-race families are common and Latinos, like other groups, have kin whose skin and hair color span the spectrum — had been pointed out before.
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That was the point I was trying to get across with all of this. Torrance police had no record of such a crime but said that on Aug. The suspect was later arrested, Martinez said. Facebook Twitter Show more sharing options Share Close extra sharing options.