AUSTIN (KXAN) - Police on Tuesday said they arrested a suspect in last month's attack at a downtown pizza trailer.
Lambert J. Borgardt, 28, is charged with aggravated assault in the incident that left two men injured.
Security video led police to a suspect whom they said acknowledged throwing the punches that knocked down two men who had been waiting for their food.
In an arrest warrant affidavit released last week, police identified the attacker as Borgardt.
The attack took place Sept. 22 while Austin was observing Gay Pride weekend. The two men who were punched said at the time that they were targeted because of their sexual orientation.
None of the men, Nicholas Soret, said he and Andrew Oppleman were getting pizza at Roppolo's food trailer when another customer tld them, "You're standing too close to m,e" and then punched both of them.
The attacker also grabbed Soret's pizza and threw it on him.
Oppleman lost six teeth and was taken to University Medical Center Brackenridge for treatment.
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