Man arrested after assaulting woman in San Antonio home, police say

Suspect ran off with victim’s television, police say

Chadric Johnson, 38, was arrested Thursday, Nov, 21, 2019, after he allegedly beat a woman and stole her television.
Chadric Johnson, 38, was arrested Thursday, Nov, 21, 2019, after he allegedly beat a woman and stole her television.

SAN ANTONIO – A man who San Antonio police said broke into a woman’s home, assaulted her and ran off with some of her belongings, has been arrested.

Chadric Johnson, 37, was arrested Thursday night and faces charges of burglary and assault, according to police.

A police report states Johnson entered the victim’s home through an unlocked door on Tuesday.

The victim, who knows Johnson, was “startled and scared and told him to leave," according to a police report.

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Johnson allegedly hit her with a glass picture frame and punched her twice on the right side of her body.

He then grabbed a television and fled, according to police.

Police said the victim had cuts and bruises from where Johnson beat her.

His bond is set at $20,000, according to online jail records.


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