A college basketball coach is charged with assault after police say he punched a Florida tourist who fell and hit his head in Queens.
Jones is accused of punching 35-year-old, Sandor Szabo, who is from Florida, and was in NY for a wedding in Long Island.
Jones was arrested and charged on Thursday for assaulting a tourist in Queens, per a police report obtained by Sports Illustrated. According to reports, he had left his brother's hotel room, possibly in a state of intoxication, and was banging on cars in search of an Uber ride he had ordered.
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According to Jones' biography page on the Wake Forest website, he coached college basketball at Central Florida, Florida Gulf Coast and Virginia Commonwealth before coming to Wake Forest.
Jones just completed his second season as an assistant at Wake Forest. Szabo died just before 3 p.m. later that Tuesday in a NY hospital. Szabo later died in the hospital after Jones' punch caused him to hit his head on the pavement.
A person familiar with the investigation told The Associated Press that Szabo may have been drunkenly knocking on vehicle windows before Jones allegedly confronted him. His attorney, Alain Massena, said in a statement: "The court made the proper ruling with the charges, and the District Attorney's office made the proper ruling with the charges". He never regained consciousness and was taken off life support Tuesday.
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Wake Forest had no immediate comment, the AP reported.
Szabo worked for digital marketing firm What If Media Group; they eulogized him on Facebook, writing, "Sandor was super outgoing, friendly, and an incredibly smart businessman". We're going to say one thing and that's all. He was always upbeat, positive, kind and caring.
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