Police Hunting for Black Girl Who Brutally Assaulted White Girl and Baby

On June 24, Top Right News reported on a racially-charged, brutal attack on a White girl and baby by a Black girl in a Texas schoolyard. A 14-year old girl was babysitting her 3-year old niece on June 19, and took her to the playground at her middle school, Herfurth Elementary School, in Rowlett, TX, along with a friend. When she sat down at some tables, she was immediately set upon by a group of Black students (2 female, 2 male) who told them they “didn’t belong there.

One source revealed to TRN that a racial slur was uttered against one or both the White girls, although police have said there is “no evidence of a hate crime” involved with the attack.

The Dallas Morning News reported that the family does not want to issue public statements for fear of further retribution.

There is also a report that one or both of the 14-year old Black girls are involved in a local gang and were enforcing a “Blacks-only territory” in the schoolyard, although he have been unable to confirm this, as no arrests have yet been made.

Here is the video of the brutal, unprovoked assault:

The toddler, whose head hit the pavement below when her aunt was grabbed by the assailant, suffered a serious injury that required numerous stitches. Thankfully, a prior Fox News Dallasreport that she had suffered a concussion was mistaken. Her photo was posted on Instagram:


The charge against the thug would be misdemeanor assault against the 14-year old, for which she would likely walk — but the charge for the injury to the 3-year old would be full felony assault, where she could be tried as an adult.

Blog site Conservative Treehouse has offered a $2,500 reward for the identity of the assailant leading to her arrest. The site’s researchers have managed to identify the teen boy who filmed the encounter, Ernest Irizarry Jr., 14, of Rowlett, TX:


Fox News Dallas has reported that the victim had “an earlier incident” with the attacker during the school year. No details of this “incident” have been released by police or the school.

Police have asked for the public’s “help” in identifying the attacker, but given the fact that it occurred back on June 19, and the girl is a student at the school, many parents feel that police have had more than adequate time, are upset that no arrests have yet been made for such a shocking and serious assault that injured a child, that may have involved gang activity.

Meanwhile, this story is barely noticeable on the news, with only a single TV station doing one report on it, and the national media staying far away. One can only wonder how the media would be treating this story had the races been reversed.