McDonald’s Worker Beats Woman in Front of Two Year Old

The woman who police say viciously attacked a New Jersey mother in front of her two-year-old son has turned herself into authorities.

Latia Harris, 25, surrendered to police on Monday night in relation to last week’s brutal that was captured on video.

Authorities say they were ‘close to capturing’ the fugitive over the weekend in Philadelphia.

Harris thought the revelations could jeopardize her job.

On the video the Harris is seen kicking Ferreira while she is laying on the ground and spitting at her.

Police managed to obtained a copy of the video depicting the attack before it was removed from Facebook.

The graphic footage showed the McDonald’s employee pounding Ferreira and being punched and kick her at least 20 times.

Incredibly, Ferreira’s two-year-old son was in the middle of it all, trying to intervene by kicking and screaming at Harris.

‘Mommy!’ the little boy cried out.

You better get your son before I kick him in the [expletive] face too,’ she screams.

The beating ends with the McDonald’s staffer spitting on Ferreira lying bleeding on the ground.

Before she walks away, the woman warns the brutalized young mother: ‘It’s not over… you almost made me lose my job… stupid tramp.’

Police officers were called to the scene just after 7pm after receiving reports of a woman covered in blood.

They found the 27-year-old bleeding profusely from her face and acting disoriented and confused. She was taken to The Memorial Hospital of Salem County to be treated for injuries to her face.

What has caused uproar is that fact several people witnessed the attack but did nothing except record it on their cell phones.

The video of the brutal beating went viral, yet none of the bystanders seen in the footage came to Ferreira’s aid as she was being brutalized by the much larger woman.

More at source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2676061/Suspect-brutal-beating-New-Jersey-mother-caught-camera-turns-police.html#ixzz36Emhmz00

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