WHY WE CARRY: Woman Attacked, Robbed, And Left Unconscious In Walmart Parking Lot


HOUSTON, TEXAS — A woman is hospitalized following a parking lot assault by several men in which they knocked her unconscious, robbed her, and stole her vehicle.  The brutal attack occurred around 11:30 p.m. Saturday at the Walmart near Beechnut Street and Kirkwood Road.

According to Jessie Lozano, his daughter Jennifer Lozano pulled into the parking lot on her way home because she wasn’t feeling well. After parking, “She noticed a vehicle pull up and heard a male’s voice and asking her if she was alright. And she slightly looked up and (saw) several males, she said, ‘Yes’ and the next thing she remembers is coming to and not really being able to see well.”

When Lozano regained consciousness, she discovered that her 2008 Toyota Tundra, wallet and phone were all gone. Houston police say that she then walked to a friend’s home nearby to call 911. Detectives are seeking surveillance video in the area and the investigation is continuing.

Mr. Lozano is grateful his daughter is alive but says that she may have permanent eye damage. He also said the alleged thieves used her stolen debit card for several hundreds of dollars’ worth of purchases.

He added, “If you can speak up. If you can help solve some of these crimes, you know call your local law enforcement, Crime Stoppers, whatever you can do. You’re going to save somebody else’s life.”

The family has set up a GoFundMe page to help Jennifer Lozano with medical expenses, which has a photo of the injuries that she suffered in the attack.

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Edgar Lee is a contributor for Concealed Nation. After spending 20 years in the fire service, he is currently in his second career as a business and technology manager, and he and his wife are successful small business owners.

Outside of work his interests include camping, hiking, fishing, metal detecting, home improvement projects and motorcycling. He also enjoys reading biographies and auto biographies, military history, and writing about modern-day personal safety and security. He has visited much of the continental US, but still considers his home state of North Carolina as his favorite.

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