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Deionte Thompson wanted as suspect in assault case
There's supposedly video of him and another guy kicking the dude in the head while he's on the ground and possibly unconscious.
See ya, Deionte.
TUSCALOOSA — A video recording shows Alabama sophomore defensive back Deionte Thompson and another person kicking an 18-year-old victim in the head while he was incapacitated on the ground during a March 18 assault in Crystal Beach, Texas, according to court documents.
The probable cause affidavits were obtained by the TimesDaily through a public records request Thursday morning.
Thompson, 20, is among four men whom police identified in connection with a spring break assault on Noah Frillou. The other three are Morris and Rufus Joseph, both 18, and Daletredricc Wolfford, 21.
Court records show Frillou suffered major injuries to his face. The injuries included breaking both orbital areas and the maxillary bone, which holds the teeth, into three pieces.
The documents also detail several interviews conducted by Galveston County sheriff’s deputies, including one April 11 in which a witness revealed video she received of the incident showing two individuals — Thompson and Rufus Joseph — kicking Frillou in the head after he allegedly was knocked to the ground by Morris Joseph.
The female witness, whose name was redacted, originally told officers she couldn’t identify the individuals in the video by their faces, but could by their clothing.
Later during the interview, the witness “clearly remembers” one of those involved in kicking Frillou in the head wore a “white Alabama hat,” which the officers identified as Thompson from a previous video from the scene.
According to the video, Thompson was dressed in “a white Alabama hat backward, a white sleeveless shirt and gray and red shorts,” while Rufus Joseph was identified by his “gray sweat shorts.”