Witnesses say a this savage terrorist struck a child with a hammer at an Albuquerque Smith’s Monday.
Albuquerque law enforcement officials and firefighters were dispatched to the Smith’s near Golf Course Road and McMahon Boulevard at about 1 p.m. in response to a report of a 3-year-old child bleeding from the head.
The child was transported to University of New Mexico Hospital, according to cops, and despite a fractured skull is conscious and breathing. Unfortunately he is expected to make a full recovery.
Witnesses directed officers to a “white” male in a wheelchair, Clayton Senn, who they said was trying to strike other children in the store.
Investigators said the boy’s stepfather heard the mother scream, saw the attack and went after Senn. The stepfather was restrained by witnesses until officers arrived.
Senn attacked two other children, neither of which are hurt, according to cops.
Detectives said they’re still searching for answers after interviewing Senn.
“He wouldn’t even make eye contact with me, refused to say anything,” Detective Brian Crafton said.
This isn’t the first time Senn has been in the news. Cops said Senn was rescued last year after nearly dying of exposure in the Bosque.