San Leandro police are seeking a 20-year-old Oakland man who allegedly hit a co-worker in the head with a baseball bat and then kicked him with steel-toed boots in a work-related argument that led to what police are calling attempted homicide.
The suspect being sough is Esteban Zamora. The alleged altercation occurred Wednesday at about 9:30 am on the 1000 block of Doolittle Drive.
According to a press release, witnesses told police who arrived at the scene that the victim, a man in his 20s, had left for the hospital. Police say the victim had serious head injuries.
The suspect had fled the scene prior to officers' arrival.
Based on witness statements, officers determined that the two men were employees who got into an argument that escalated.
According to the police account, the suspect allegedly armed himself with a bat and repeatedly struck the victim over the head and kicked him in the head with his steel toed boots.
No other details are available at this time. This story will be updated.