Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Entertainment

Foot Locker workers confront flash mob robbers, L.A. plans to crack down on flash mob robberies (Video)


Screencap

Los Angeles plans to crack down on smash-and-grab robberies that plague the city.

A Foot Locker store on Melrose in the Fairfax District of Los Angeles was the latest scene of a brazen robbery on Wednesday, Aug. 23.

Foot Locker employees chased after a gang of thieves who grabbed boxes of sneakers and clothing and fled to a waiting vehicle.

Cell phone video uploaded to Citizen.com shows Foot Locker workers confronting the thieves in the street outside the store.

Boxes of sneakers were scattered in the roadway as the robbers hopped into a car and fled the scene. One Foot Locker employee nearly fell under the wheels of the getaway vehicle.
 

Smash-and-grab robberies have become a daily occurrence in Los Angeles and other Democrat cities where criminals are released without paying bail.

Los Angeles Police Protective League spokesperson Tom Saggau told Fox News:

The elimination of cash bail for these types of offenses is really an invitation to these kind of folks who are inclined to break the law and inclined to do it so brazenly.

Last week city officials said they are cracking down on the rampant theft. A new task force is being formed to prosecute anyone participating in organized smash-and-grab robberies.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

The task force, consisting of 22 investigators, was formed after the brazen flash mob robbery at a California Nordstrom department store.
 

Retailers such as Target, Walmart and Dick’s Sporting Goods stores report a plunge in profits.

Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc. blamed “organized retail crime” for the company’s stock plunging 23% on Tuesday.

One Disqus commenter says the government is encouraging crime to force law-abiding citizens to stay home and shop online.

Government is encouraging the crime in retail stores because government doesn’t want us to gather together for commerce. They want you to stay at home and order online.

In this policy area, the goal of government is for the retail stores to close. It’s on purpose and design. The corporate physical store retailers don’t have enough political power to stop it because Amazon et al has more political power and is winning this battle.

 

Loading

Comments
Advertisement

Facebook

You May Also Like

Entertainment

Getty Images, Instagram Sports journalist Jason Whitlock was ripped for saying Olympic gymnast Simone Biles is “pretending” to be as famous as WNBA star...

Entertainment

Club Shay Shay Amanda Seales’s appearance on Shannon Sharpe’s “Club Shay Shay” podcast went viral on Wednesday, April 24. The “Insecure” star dragged Issa...

Entertainment

Mattpapz / BACKGRID The mother of Ne-Yo’s 2 youngest children put him on blast for allegedly body-slamming her after she asked him to watch...

Entertainment

Screengrab A Montana woman died after eating poisonous morel mushrooms and going into full cardiac arrest. Donna Ventura, 64, visited Dave’s Sushi restaurant for...

Entertainment

Screengrab TikTok CEO Shou Chew responded to President Biden signing a bill banning the hugely popular app. The measure is part of a $95...

Entertainment

Getty Images, WENN.com The Root deleted a social media post that drew backlash for comparing rapper Megan Thee Stallion to music producer Sean Combs....

Entertainment

Instagram, WENN Tyrone Blackburn, the lawyer representing Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, says Sean “Puffy” Combs will be indicted soon. Jones filed a sexual harassment...

Entertainment

Getty Images Two-time WNBA champion Kelsey Plum and NY Giants tight end Darren Waller are divorcing after just 9 months of marriage. Kelsey trended...

Entertainment

E+ / Getty Images The Federal Trade Commission banned noncompete clauses that kept workers from quitting their jobs and seeking employment with rival companies....

Advertisement

Copyright © 2022 I AM SISSY BROWN

Back