Soldier charged in attack on Chicago female security guard

Soldier charged in attack on Chicago female security guard

"He didn't say anything, and he just punched me", Stigler told NBC Chicago at the time. They sat outside the building and when Stigler went outside to check on them, she realized one of the two men looked unwell.

The video shows a man walking down the street a little before 2 a.m., and eventually sitting down outside Zoa Stigler's building.

Valenti, a crisis responder for an organization called Chicago Survivors, said she knows De Leon's family through a friend and agreed to drive him to give himself up to police.

Then the man started vomiting and Stigler went inside the building to get a bucket to clean it up.

Security guard Zoa Stigler mustered up her strength to identify the man who came forward and admitted to throwing a water bottle at her then violently punching her in the face. She appeared unmoved by Valenti's comments that the suspect is sorry but said she would forgive him because it's the Christian thing to do.

Her attacker walks away nearly immediately as Zoa attempts to get back inside the building.

Prosecutors said she suffered nasal and orbital fractures and that her follow-up treatment will involve a plastic surgeon and an ophthalmologist.

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A GoFundMe page has been created by the buildings board president to help pay for Stigler's medical bills. As of Tuesday morning, the page had raised more than $8,000.

She said DeLeon has no previous criminal history. The guy who attacked her walks away and soon the three others are gone as well.

She says she asked him if he needed help, and after a few more minutes, she decides to call 9-1-1. She is also suffering from numbness, headaches and blurry vision, according to Fox 32. "He fractured her right eye socket and the bridge of her nose".

"You really need to be ashamed of yourself", Stigler recalled.

The building acquired the surveillance system just a week ago. "He's very remorseful. I mean, when I got out of the vehicle and he approached me, his body language told me how remorseful, how sorry he was", Valenti said on Tuesday, according to CBS Chicago. "Nothing like this has ever happened".

"We've shared it everywhere with all our residents, " he said.

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