A Utah community is mourning the death of a soccer referee, Ricardo Portillo, who was allegedly punched in the head by a teen he called a penalty on.
The punch occurred April 27, and he died May 4, Salt Lake City police say.
Portillo, 47, passed away after slipping into a coma after being hospitalized from the attack. He reportedly suffered from extreme swelling of his brain.
The 17-year-old was arrested for aggravated assault, but prosecutors could add more charges related to the man's death. He may be tried as an adult.