Hanford police arrested one man following an assault at a Burger King on Tuesday, and are looking for a second suspect.
Officers responded to the fast-food restaurant at 301 W. Lacey Blvd. around 11:40 a.m. after getting calls about a fight in the parking lot.
They found Eduardo Cuelleja, 24, of Tulare, with cuts and swelling on his face, police said.
Witnesses told police Cuelleja was assaulted by two black men who had fled. They said the suspects knocked Cuelleja to the ground and kicked him repeatedly as he lay unconscious.
While investigating, officers tracked down one suspect. Tevin Leggins, 23, of Hanford, was apprehended at the Salvation Army parking lot on East Ivy Street.
He was positively identified as one of the suspects involved, police said. Officers are looking for the second suspect.
Police believe the assault is gang-related.
Leggins was booked into the Kings County Jail on charges including violating probation, police said.