A California jogger filmed dumping a homeless guy’s belongings in a lake is accused of stealing a bystander’s telephone as he recorded him an afternoon later.
Oakland city police arrested Henry Sintay, 30, on Monday on suspicion of robbery after he was apparently filmed in a fracas at the comparable location.
Onlooker Matt Nelson shared the video on Fb and said Mr Sintay had taken his telephone all over a tussle.
Mr Sintay has no longer been charged over casting off the homeless man’s camp.
The original video went viral within the US, upsetting a debate approximately gentrification and race.
Image copyright Matt Nelson/Fb Image caption The Man, speculated to be Mr Sintay, who Mr Nelson filmed on the lake
the remaining of the video is jerky footage of an altercation by which Mr Nelson screams: “I’m being attacked right here!”
On Facebook, Mr Nelson claims he suffered a “mild concussion, a few cuts and bruises and lots of sore and strained muscular tissues” from the encounter.
Mr Sintay now faces a 2d-stage robbery charge.
The San Francisco Chronicle mentioned that Mr Sintay used to be being held on the Santa Rita prison and was once as a result of appear in courtroom on Wednesday.