Son of a mayor from Southern California is arrested for violent beating of an autistic man caught on camera
- Declan Bell-Wilson, 18, and Korey Streeter, 18, were arrested on Thursday for allegedly hitting an autistic man in a shocking video
- The cruel attack was launched on March 22 in the Promenade on the Peninsula parking garage in Rolling Hills Estates
- Bell-Wilson is the son of former Rolling Hills, California, mayor Patrick Wilson, who was in office at the time of the attack
- Authorities said the victim has autism and the fight was about a girl
- The victim suffered a number of bruises and scratches in the attack and had stolen two cell phones
- The couple was arrested on suspicion of assault, theft and conspiracy
The son of a former mayor of Southern California was arrested along with another teenager for launching a horrific attack on an autistic man caught in a pathogenic act on video.
Declan Bell-Wilson, 18, and Korey Streeter, 18, were arrested on suspicion of assault, theft, and conspiracy after being filmed by slapping a man with autism and kicking and beating him mercilessly.
Bell-Wilson is the son of the former Mayor of Rolling Hills, Patrick Wilson, who was still in office at the time of the attack, according to CBS.
The two men were arrested on Thursday at their home for beating on March 22.
The victim is not mentioned.
Declan Bell-Wilson, 18, and Korey Streeter, 18, were arrested Thursday for allegedly beating an autistic man in a shocking video filmed March 22 in Rolling Hills, California
Cellphone video of the attack shows the cruel moment when the two men ruthlessly hit their victims while lying helplessly on the floor
The video clip of the attack, which took place in the Promenade parking garage on the Peninsula shopping center in Rolling Hills Estates, was posted on social media.
In the clip, the two men save a man who is rolled up on the floor.
The two men grab him with one arm and brutally with the other when the victim stands helpless on the floor.
Then one of the men throws a kick in the stomach of the motionless victim.
A woman on the phone hears say: & # 39; Oh my god, oh my god. & # 39;
The two suspects were arrested on Thursday on suspicion of assault, theft and conspiracy
Authorities say the suspects mock the victim while beating
A second video obtained by detectives from sheriff shows that the victim was shirtless after allegedly being ordered to wear his underwear.
The reason behind the attack has not been reported.
& # 39; Despite the presence of witnesses around them, the suspects did not stop their attack & # 39 ;, the sheriff department said in a press release.
& # 39; They spotted the victim and made light of the shocking incident & # 39 ;, the statement added.
The victim suffered a number of bruises and scratches in the attack and had stolen two cell phones from him, the department said.
Bell-Wilson is the son of former Rolling Hills Mayor Patrick Wilson (center above), who was in office at the time of the attack. The Rolling Hills officials did not comment on the incident
The fight lasted in this parking garage of the Promenade on Peninsula shopping center. The victim said the fight was about a girl
Authorities say they became aware of the attack video on March 25, after it was posted on social media.
After an investigation, the authorities determined that the victim was a young man with autism and that his attackers were identified as Bell-Wilson and Streeter.
The victim told the investigators that the attack was a fight over a girl. He never reported the alleged attack or told his parents about it, the sheriff officials said.
Several of the juveniles that were present were identified and detained in the study.
Wilson and Streeter are being held on bail of $ 80,000 at Lomita Sheriff & # 39; s Station.
The Rolling Hills officials did not return DailyMail.com's request for comment.
Rolling Hills is a city with around 1800 inhabitants, 45 kilometers south of Los Angeles.
Anyone with more information about the incident is requested to contact Lomita Sheriff & # 39; s Station at (310) 539-1661. To remain anonymous, call (800) 222-TIPS (8477)