WACO (July 15, 2014) An affidavit filed for an arrest warrant for a Central Texas woman who was taken into custody Tuesday sheds additional light on a melee over the Memorial Day weekend at a popular area cable park in connection with which the park’s owner and two Mart men were charged.
Angie Marie Perez, 29, of McGregor was released on a personal recognizance bond Tuesday after she was charged with Class-A misdemeanor assault.
She’s accused of punching a woman identified as the girlfriend of BSR Cable Park owner Stuart Parsons, Jr., 42, after a violent attack that left two men in her party seriously injured.
Parsons, Ryan Ray Kyle, 25, and Jacob Vaughn Kyle, 19, both of Mart, were arrested on Friday and were charged with aggravated assault/serious bodily injury.
They were freed Saturday after posting $100,000 bonds.
A victim of the attack, identified in an arrest warrant affidavit as Toby McCarver, 44, was with several other people who had rented cabins at the park over the holiday weekend.
At around 10:15 p.m. on May 24, the group was in an area of the park that has a slide, which the visitors were using, when Parsons and a woman arrived, the affidavit said.
The affidavit says, “Parsons was ‘very angry’ and began to scream and to use profanities...asking who from BSR was with them.”
Parsons ended up “in a verbal exchange using profanities” with McCarver, but the two were separated and McCarver and his party returned to their cabins, the affidavit said.
Shortly after the visitors returned to their cabins, Parsons and three other men including Ryan and Jacob Kyle, drove up to the cabins in an all-terrain vehicle, an earlier affidavit says.
“Parsons immediately rushed towards McCarver, indicating to the other males that McCarver was the one in the ‘blue shirt,’” and then “all three individuals began to assault McCarver,” whom they struck with their hands and feet, the affidavit said.
A second park visitor, identified in the affidavit as Randall Murphy, was attacked when he and other members of McCarver’s party tried to intervene, the affidavit said.
McCarver suffered a broken jaw, a nasal bone fracture and a chest wall contusion and Murphy had a displaced collar bone, a lacerated ear that required 15 stitches, and a human bite on his hand that became infected, the affidavit said.
After this altercation, in an incident captured on video, Perez walked up to Parson’s girlfriend, identified as Jennifer Anderson, and punched her in the face, the affidavit released Tuesday said.
Perez “was immediately pulled away, as was Anderson,” whose nose was swollen as a result of the punch, the affidavit said.
McCarver told investigators he has known Parsons for several years, but said “Parsons was intoxicated to the point of not recognizing him,” the affidavit said.
Parsons, who opened the cable park in June 2012, is the third generation owner of Parsons Roofing in Waco, which was founded in 1948.
Jacob Kyle is listed as a redshirt freshman offensive lineman on the Baylor University football roster.
A spokesman said the school is aware of the arrest, but had no further comment.
Ryan Kyle played football at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.
He graduated in 2011 with a degree in exercise science.
(Casey Wood and Jim Peeler contributed to this story)