Harris County teens arrested for assaulting security officer at waterpark

(LEFT TO RIGHT) Luis Gonzales, Angel Soto, Gessinia Loya-Gonzalez, and Nubia Loya-Gonzalez
(LEFT TO RIGHT) Luis Gonzales, Angel Soto, Gessinia Loya-Gonzalez, and Nubia Loya-Gonzalez(Harris County Sheriff's Office)
Published: Jul. 20, 2022 at 8:45 AM CDT|Updated: Jul. 20, 2022 at 9:40 AM CDT
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SPRING, Texas (KWTX) - Harris County deputies arrested four teens in the assault of a security officer at Hurricane Harbor Splashtown Park.

Deputies were dispatched on July 14 to the 21300 block of the North Freeway in reference to a disturbance involving a group of people refusing to leave.

The deputy located the suspects and gave them verbal commands to leave the business, but they allegedly refused. The deputy attempted to detain one of the suspects but he physically resisted.

During the struggle, another suspect jumped on the deputy’s back. The security guards on scene attempted to assist the deputy when he was struck on the head by a teen girl with a closed fist. Another teen then bit the security guard’s left arm, according to authorities.

Luis Gonzales, Angel Soto, Gessinia Loya-Gonzalez, and Nubia Loya-Gonzalez were arrested and booked into Harris County Jail.

While detained, Gonzalez stated he was going to kill the deputy and was charged with retaliation with a bond at $7,500.

Soto was charged with Resisting Arrest and has a bond of $100.

Gessenia Gonzales-Loya and Nuvia Gonzales-Loya were charged with assault-security officer with a bond set at $7,500.

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