Child punched for not being good enough lookout for shoplifting grandma: Police 04/22/2019 7:03 pm PDT Comments KFSM / Maricopa County via KFSM: PHOENIX (KFSM/CNN) -- A 7-year-old was punched after not being a good enough lookout for his shoplifting grandma, police say. Phoenix police responded to a Walmart near 75th Avenue and Lower Buckeye Road on Friday night for a suspected child abuse call. Court documents state 27-year-old Rebecca Gonzales came to the store to pick up her 7-year-old son, who was being used by his grandmother as a lookout while she shoplifted. Officers reportedly saw Gonzales slap and punch the child in the face when she was in the parking lot. The child reportedly told police that he was hit because “he didn't watch out for his grandma good enough.” Police say the child's mouth was bleeding when officers saw him. Gonzales has been arrested for aggravated assault. MORE: Police: Child Punched For Not Being Good Enough Lookout For Shoplifting Grandma - KFSM #Arizona #Assault #CNN #ChildAbuse #KFSM #KNXV #Phoenix Related Stories Cops: Mom used son to shoplift, then abandoned him when caught Oklahoma mother arrested, accused of leaving kids in car to go shoplift Mom caught shoplifting waited 40 minutes to tell cops son left in hot car Shoplifting suspect nabbed during police toy drive Police: Woman uses children to shoplift at Macy's Police: Man brought child to help shoplift at Rite-Aid Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.