A Texas man chased after a hijacker who allegedly dragged women to death with a baseball bat
Luis Matos was sitting in his office on May 26 when a car crashed into his building, kicking him out of his chair and pushing debris over him. Two people, Juan Mendes and Garizza Chavarria, got out of the car and attempted to shoot Matos while his office pinned him to the ground.
“I jumped in my car, I didn’t even think,” Matos said. “All I could think about was that he wouldn’t get away.”
Marcus Wayne Brock, identified by the police, sped off while dragging Garza across the ground for four or five blocks while his seat belt buckled her in the car. He followed Matos for some time but was unable to stop the incident before Garza’s death.
“I got scared,” Matos said. “When I picked up that piece of signage that was on top of her car, and saw what he had done to it, I was pissed off.”
Brooke eventually crashes into a car wash before escaping on foot.
Matos kept chasing Brock until he found him at Ralston Lakers and stayed there until the police arrived. Police believe Brock, 55, robbed an auto parts store before stealing Garza’s car in an attempt to make a quick getaway, huh mentioned.
Court records indicate that Brooke is responsible for crimes dating back to 1985, with charges ranging from drug possession to burglary.
Matos explained that he was tired of “always watching everyone run away.”