Shocking video shows man smashing window on child at San Jose Baskin Robbins

The suspect, 36-year old Payam Afsari, is charged with assault with a deadly weapon and child abuse

KGO logo
Wednesday, May 22, 2024
Video shows man smashing window on child at Bay Area Baskin Robbins
San Jose police are urging the victim of a bizarre incident at Baskin Robbins to come forward.

SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- San Jose police are urging the victim of a bizarre incident at an ice cream parlor to come forward.

Surveillance video from inside a Baskin Robbins in East San Jose shows a man and child walking in back on April 26.

Video shows a man running up, smashing the window as shards of glass rain down on the child.

The man then leans in and shouts something.

The incident was never reported, so the child remains unidentified.

MORE: VIDEO: Suspects smash car windows in SJ road rage incident, nearly blinding dog inside

Suspects were caught on video punching car windows during a road rage incident in San Jose, injuring the driver and nearly blinding a dog inside.

Police did not learn about it until receiving a tip on May 2.

Officers arrested the suspect last week

"We know they weren't known to each other, so we can't speak to the state of the mind of the suspect or what may have let him to do that. We just know it was a dangerous situation," said Stacie Shih with the San Jose Police Department.

The suspect, 36-year old Payam Afsari, is charged with assault with a deadly weapon and child abuse.

Police want to talk to the child to help them fully understand what happened.

Now Streaming 24/7 Click Here

If you're on the ABC7 News app, click here to watch live