A 37-year-old College Station man will spend 13 years in prison on a charge of family violence and the maximum 10-year sentence for evading arrest, officials said.

According to the Brazos County District Attorney’s Office, Alejandro Munoz was sentenced Tuesday by Brazos County District Judge Kyle Hawthorne.

Officials said Munoz was arrested June 25, 2017, when he stopped traffic to beat a woman. Seven people called 911 to describe how a car, which also contained children, was stopped in the middle of the street at Boonville Road and the Texas 6 feeder and Munoz could be seen beating the woman driving. He then exited the car, broke one of the windows and stood on the vehicle running board to stop the woman from driving away, a press release states. Once police arrived, he led them on a foot chase.

On April 21, 2019, a child called police to say Munoz, who was out on bond, was hitting the child’s mother, authorities said. When police arrived, the woman was covered in bruises, with swollen eyes and a bloody face.

Munoz also was sentenced to spend 10 years in prison on the charge of evading arrest with a previous conviction.

Munoz, who authorities said is connected to a street gang and a prison gang, has spent time in a state jail on a burglary charge and a prison on a 2014 DWI charge, a press release stated.

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