POSTED: Tuesday, June 25, 2013 - 12:30pm
UPDATED: Saturday, October 5, 2013 - 11:56am
ARIZONA (CNN) — The face of an Arizona man seen on surveillance video punching a woman in the face has a lot of people talking and outraged.
Bobby Brown of Globe, east of Phoenix, posted the video online. His girlfriend is the woman in the video and the man, Jason Moss, is her estranged husband.
The two are seen on Brown's property. The 2-year-old son watches his mother get hit in the face not once but twice.
The video was shared with the Gila County Sheriff's Office. Deputy Ronald Escobedo wanted to speak to Moss about possible assault and domestic violence charges. At the time of this video, Moss was nowhere to be found. However, Moss is now in custody after he was found by authorities.
Brown warns Moss, "if he steps foot on my property I will have to protect my family at all costs, whether I have to go to prison or not, I will protect my family."
Moss was released from prison last year on drug-related charges.
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