UPDATE, June 7: El Paso police on Monday released the mugshot of 25–year-old Khalil Mann, who was booked into the El Paso County Detention Facility on charges stemming from a May 17 assault of an MMA coach and another man at the EPTX bar.
Mann was returned to El Paso late last week after his arrest in north Texas and was being held on $500,000 bond in the downtown jail.
UPDATE, June 4: The sixth suspect in the videotaped beating of an MMA coach and and other man at the EPTX bar has been returned to El Paso to face charges following his capture last month in north Texas.
Members of the U.S. Marshals Lone Star Fugitive Task Force on Friday booked 25–year-old Khalil Mann into the El Paso County Detention Facility on charges stemming from the May 17 assault. Mann's bond is set at $500,000.
Mann's mugshot wasn't immediately available; police said they anticipated it would be released on Monday.
UPDATE, May 28: EL PASO, Texas -- El Paso police have made four more arrests in the attack that was caught on video outside an east El Paso bar. The attack left a mixed martial arts coach and another man severely beaten.
Police said that 19-year-old Jovani Salas was arrested for his alleged involvement in the robbery of one of the victims, Joe Newberry. Police also 33-year-old Christopher Turner was arrested for using a credit card stolen from the other victim, MMA instructor Jose Campuzano.
On Friday, 20-year-old Isaiah Slater and 25-year-old Khalil Mann were arrested in Lewisville, Texas by U.S. Marshals, officers from the Lewisville, Denton and Carrolton police departments and Denton Sheriff's office. Slater's and Mann's booking photos have not yet been released.
Police said the pair were booked in Lewisville as wanted subjects and will be transported to be booked into the El Paso County Detention Facility.
The four arrests are in addition to the two arrests made on May 21. 29-year-old Shakoor Tate and 30-year-old Onami Broyles are facing charges of assault and robbery.
The assault of Newberry and Campuzano took place May 18 outside the EPTX bar.
UPDATE, May 21: The El Paso Police gang unit and federal marshals have made two arrests stemming from an attack caught on video outside an east El Paso bar that left a mixed martial arts coach and another man severely beaten, officials said Friday.
29–year old Shakoor Tate and 30–year-old Onami Broyles were being held in the El Paso County Detention Facility on charges of assault and robbery.
Police also said they anticipated making more arrests as they were multiple attackers who severely beat 36–year-old MMA instructor Jose Campuzano and 29–year-old Joe Newberry outside the EPTX Bar early last Sunday morning.
Campuzano remained hospitalized in serious condition on Friday.
ORIGINAL REPORT, May 18: EL PASO, Texas -- A Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and mixed martial arts coach was hospitalized in intensive care after being attacked and severely beaten outside an east El Paso bar, police confirmed Tuesday.
A photograph of Jose Campuzano in his hospital bed was posted to social media by the group Fit Fam El Paso. (See that post at the end of this article.) In addition, a video of the attack was also posted, which you can watch in the video player at the top of this article.
The El Paso police gang unit was investigating the assault on Campuzano by a group outside of the bar EPTX, located along George Dieter, on Sunday.
"According to witnesses, he appeared intoxicated and stumbled out of the bar and into an individual who commenced beating on him. Others then jumped in on the beating," a police spokesman told ABC-7.
Fit Fam indicated Campuzano "was found unresponsive after being repeatedly stomped, and is currently intubated and fighting for his life in the ICU."
His family told ABC-7 he was listed in critical but stable condition on Tuesday as they wondered what "type of animals" could have attacked and continued beating on him, as the video shows, even after he was lying on the ground unconscious.
No arrests had yet been made in the attack as of Tuesday evening.
Campuzano's family and friends set up a GoFundMe account to fund his medical expenses. You can donate by clicking here.