The Santa Clara Police Department has made an arrest in an incident following a San Francisco 49ers game that left one man hospitalized on Sunday.
Police arrested 34-year-old David Aguilera Gonzales, of Madera, who assaulted the victim at the corner of Great America Parkway and Tasman Drive after the San Francisco 49ers versus Arizona Cardinals game.
While walking through the parking lot with friends after the game the 33-year-old male victim kicked a bottle lying on the floor near Aguilera Gonzales. The suspect then approached the victim and punched him in the face.
The victim immediately fell to the ground. He then slowly brought himself back up on his feet and began walking away from the suspect, when Aguilera Gonzales punched him a second time in the head.
The victim fell to the ground again. Moments later, Aguilera Gonzales fled the scene in his vehicle.
The victim has now been listed in critical condition.
Aguilera Gonzales was booked into the Santa Clara County Main Jail on felony charges of assault causing great bodily injury and battery with serious bodily injury.
Santa Clara Police ask that anyone who might have witnessed the incident or with more information regarding the crime are asked to contact Detective Sergeant Nick Richards at (408) 615-4814.