A social media influencer asked SAPD why they didn’t arrest a man caught on camera making threats. Then police arrested him.

After eight months and several viral videos San Antonio Police arrested a man accused of punching a woman at Olmos Basin Park.

SAN ANTONIO — In November a social media influencer, by the name of TizzyEnt, posted a video online trying to identify a man seen on camera visibly upset at a woman for filming him. He later starts cursing at her, threatening to beat her. 

The incident unfolded along a walking trail in Olmos Basin Park in May 2023. It’s since racked up more than 700,000 views.  

In another post, TizzyENT asks why San Antonio police hadn’t made an arrest. That video has been seen more than 5 million times. 

According to an arrest affidavit, the man was identified as Noah Ochoa. Detectives say Ochoa became upset at the victim for recording him and punched her multiple times in the head and back.

After the video was posted online, police called the victim in for an interview where she was able to identify Ochoa in a photo lineup.

In December, detectives interviewed Ochoa, who said he was spanking his dog when a woman recorded him. He says he became triggered and drove away.

Police say several witnesses at the park told authorities they witnessed Ochoa punch the victim.

An arrest warrant was issued on Jan. 25, and Ochoa was arrested three days later. He was taken into the Bexar County Jail with a $3,500 bond.  

Ochoa was charged with assault causing bodily injury. He has since bonded out of jail.

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