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    How are folks reacting? As you might imagine, folks aren't too happy about what went down. Here's what a few commenters had to say about a KYW-TV news story about the attack that Yahoo! News ran: "Very brave teens," one commenter wrote. "'Respect your elders'...LOL...nowadays it's a miracle if the teens manage to stop assaulting/killing them...these are definitely dark days for humanity," another commenter said. "Lock them up!" another commenter declared. "Released immediately if caught," another commenter predicted.
    Authorities in Montgomery County are looking for two suspects who they say attacked and robbed an elderly man before stealing his car outside the Willow Grove Park Mall on Saturday, Sept. 10. The 82-year-old man was walking through the parking lot towards his truck around 8:15 p.m. when two teen boys approached him from behind, Abington Township police said. That's when one of the suspects struck the victim in the back of his head with a "hard object," police said. They allegedly forced the man to the ground and told him, "This is a hold up- give us all your money.”  The teens then stole a gift that the man had just bought for his wife, as well as the keys to his red 2008 Ford Ranger, authorities said. The pair fled the scene in the victim's two-door pickup truck with a ladder rack in the bed and the Pennsylvania license plate number: YVG3700.  Police say the truck has yet to be recovered. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Abington Township Police Department at (267)536-1100 or Detective Jeff Anderson at (267)536-1102.
    Image source: YouTube screenshotAnything else?WNBC said emergency services treated the girl at the scene, and she wasn't hospitalized. Fox News said she suffered no major injuries. Police added to the station that the trio of attackers are between the ages of 14 and 16. Fox News said one of the teens was wearing a black T-shirt, red shorts, and red shoes; another was wearing a white T-shirt, blue shorts, and black shoes; the third was wearing a multicolored blue, yellow, and orange T-shirt, gray pants, and gray shoes. That third suspect — who was carrying the scooter as he ran off — also was wearing a cap which appeared to be gray. Trio PUNCHES 6-Year-Old Girl in Her Chest Before Stealing $30 Scooter: Police | NBC New York youtu.be
    HIGHWAY camera footage shows the moment a group of four teens crashed and fled from a stolen Kia. We see the Kia spin out and crash into a concrete divider on the highway while under police pursuit. 2Teens crashing a stolen Kia into a highway barrier in MinnesotaCredit: Minnesota Department of Transportation The driver hit the wall in a failed attempt to avoid police tire spikes, Daily Mail reports. Once the Kia crashes into and stops at the highway’s divider, we see the four teens exiting the vehicle’s right side doors and running off the road. As the group of carjackers run, one of the four teens nearly gets run over by a black SUV traveling on the highway. Three of the crime’s four teens move into a grass area off the highway to meet with police, while the remaining lawbreaker on the road is shown being detained. READ MORE ON ROAD INCIDENTSGO FOR IT Watch as idiot driver SMASHES into stationary traffic while jumping the road lineWRONG WAY Watch as idiot driver narrowly misses cars while steering on wrong...
    SAN FRANCISCO -- At least four thieves targeted a group of teens in San Francisco for a religious camp. Breaking out the windows of their van in Fisherman's Wharf and stealing $10,000 worth of items.The camp director of the "Chicago Jewish Teens" camp says he is optimistic and grateful.Last Thursday multiple broken-out windows could be seen on a large van that had been parked next to the famous Ghirardelli Square in San Francisco."We came back to our vehicles and suddenly instead of the unity and the love and that feeling of comradery; we saw the polar opposite, destruction and another loss in our possessions," says Schneur Zalman Notik of the "Chicago Jewish Teens" camp. He's describing the moment after a van burglary. One where multiple thieves, who witnesses say were armed, broke in and stole the group's personal items as the teens, traveling from all over the world and some of whom are underprivileged, rented bicycles to ride to the Golden Gate Bridge.Zalman, who spoke with ABC7 News Tuesday from another youth trip near a waterfall in Alaska, says that...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- At least four thieves targeted a group of teens in San Francisco for a religious camp. Breaking out the windows of their van in Fisherman's Wharf and stealing $10,000 worth of items.The camp director of the "Chicago Jewish Teens" camp says he is optimistic and grateful.RELATED: 6 smash-and-grab robbery suspects arrested, accused of targeting Bay Area jewelry storesLast Thursday multiple broken-out windows could be seen on a large van that had been parked next to the famous Ghirardelli Square in San Francisco."We came back to our vehicles and suddenly instead of the unity and the love and that feeling of comradery; we saw the polar opposite, destruction and another loss in our possessions," says Schneur Zalman Notik of the "Chicago Jewish Teens" camp. He's describing the moment after a van burglary. One where multiple thieves, who witnesses say were armed, broke in and stole the group's personal items as the teens, traveling from all over the world and some of whom are underprivileged, rented bicycles to ride to the Golden Gate Bridge.Zalman, who spoke with ABC7...
    After a Capital District woman gave two teenagers a ride to the store, they repaid her by stealing her handgun, according to New York State Police. Troopers in Greene County were called to Main Street in the town of Cairo on Monday, July 4, with reports of a stolen gun. The woman told troopers she had given the duo a ride to a local store, and had gone into the store to purchase some items. After dropping them off and returning home, she noticed that her .25 caliber Beretta handgun was missing from her purse, police said. Troopers determined that the teens had stolen the weapon and arrested one of the suspects the following day. The second suspect was arrested on Wednesday, July 6. Both teens were charged with grand larceny and criminal possession of a weapon, both felonies. They were released on an appearance ticket and are due back in family court at a later date.
    A mob of teenagers are on the loose after attacking and stealing the belongings of a juvenile in Pasadena, authorities say. A group of around 12 juveniles harassed and jumped the victim on the the 8400 block of Fort Smallwood Road around 8:45 p.m., Saturday, June 11, according Anne Arundel Police. During the encounter one of teens attacked the victim from behind and began punching him. The other juveniles then took the victim's shoes, cell phone, and bike before running off.  Police ask that anyone with information call (410) 222-6145 or the Anne Arundel County Police Tip-Line at (410) 222-4700. 
    A 19-year-old man from Newark was hit with several charges in connection to a head-on crash with a stolen vehicle that left a 15- and 61-year old dead and a 14-year-old in critical condition, authorities announced. Elhajjmalik Diallo, 19, was found to have hired a 15-year-old driver and 14-year-old passenger to steal a Jeep Grand Cherokee before the driver crossed over the double-yellow line while heading east on Princeton-Kingston Road near Carnegie Drive and crashed head-on into a westbound 2016 Acura RDX on Sunday, Nov. 7, 2021, Princeton Police said in a release on Tuesday, May 24. The 15-year-old Jeep driver, as well as the Acura driver — a 61-year-old woman — were both pronounced dead at the scene, while the 14-year-old Jeep passenger was taken to Capitol Health Regional Medical Center in Trenton in critical condition, police said. The Jeep was later found to be stolen out of Pequannock Township, authorities said. Meanwhile, Diallo also stole a 2015 Land Rover Range Rover from a home on Dodds Lane in Princeton, police said. Diallo, of Newark, was charged with employing...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The Manteca Police Department has arrested three teens in connection to a string of thefts from area stores. On Apr. 11, loss prevention workers at a Manteca Target store received information indicating that three women had stolen more than $1,200 worth of items from a Target store in Lodi. READ MORE: Detectives: Man Shot To Death In Modesto Was DoorDash Driver Who Had Just Completed DeliveryManteca Target’s loss prevention associates say they watched the same three women enter their store and soon realized that these women had allegedly stolen more than $2,500 worth of baby formula three days before. The employees called the police and say they saw the women grab large amounts of baby formula, clothing, and other items and hide them in large tote bags in shopping carts. READ MORE: Fairfield House Fire Leaves 1 Person Dead, Investigation UnderwayWhen the women tried to leave, Target loss prevention employees tried to stop them but they refused. A short time later, police arrived and the women were detained without incident. A search found the women had $2,400...
    Three teenagers, ages 15-16, from Anne Arundel County have been arrested for crashing a stolen car into a business in Millersville in an attempt to steal guns, authorities said.  Officers responded to a reported robbery at Worth A Shot Firearms, located at 8424 Veterans Highway, around 3:30 a.m. on Wednesday, April 13, Anne Arundel Police said. Responding officers saw that a vehicle had crashed through the business and while inside, the teenagers were trying to steal firearms, police said. One was taken into custody while the other two fled in a car. They were later taken into custody after being spotted a short distance away, police said. That's when officers learned the vehicle had been reported stolen just a few hours earlier.  The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 410-222-4700.
    A pair of South Jersey teenagers accused of stealing a vehicle was caught by police after crashing it on the Garden State Parkway, authorities said. On Jan. 01, at 4:07 p.m., Ocean Township  Patrolman Kyle Pimm and Corporal Steve Mandarine were dispatched to the CVS Pharmacy on Route 9 and Bryant Road about a stolen vehicle. The victim told police that an unknown person climbed into his vehicle that was parked in the parking lot and fled the scene traveling westbound on Wells Mills Road. The vehicle, a 2020 blue Toyota, was left unlocked and running in the parking lot while the victim was delivering food to a CVS employee, police said. The vehicle was later found near exit 52 on the Garden State Parkway by the New Jersey State Police. The vehicle had been involved in a motor vehicle crash at that location. The operator and a passenger were later identified as Equallie Bumpass, 19, and Javier Lebrongarcia, 18, both from Pleasantville, police said. Troopers also located two juveniles who may have been passengers within the vehicle.  The Ocean Township Detective Bureau responded to the accident scene where based...
    Two Texas teen girls discovered the remains of a 25-year-old man, stole his jewelry and posted video of their macabre act to Snapchat, police say. The man is believed to have hanged himself in a Medina Valley drainage ditch. The girls, 17 and 16 years old, face felony charges of theft from a human corpse in connection with the Monday morning incident, according to the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office. TEXAS' FORT WORTH SCHOOLS SPENT $2M ON EQUITY CONSULTANTS LAST YEAR AMID EMBRACE OF CRT, SLIDING GRADES Homicide investigators said they had ruled out foul play and believed the man’s death was a suicide. He was found hanging from roadside railing by "what appeared to be a shirt," according to the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies were dispatched to the intersection of Sunday Song and Charismatic Monday morning. (Photo Illustration/Google Maps) After the girls stumbled onto the body, they called another friend who called 911 at around 8:38 a.m. Monday, according to investigators. The teens told deputies they were walking to a local gas station and saw something in the...
    Three teens harassed a Hasidic Jew in Midtown Manhattan, grabbing his hat and demanding that he yell, “Free Palestine!” to get back, cops said Friday. The incident unfolded around 5 p.m. Thursday at the intersection of West 43rd Street and 12th Avenue, cops said. The 20-year-old victim did as the teens said, but they still did not return his hat and took off on bicycles, police said. The Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the incident. Filed under anti-semitism ,  bias ,  hate crimes ,  manhattan ,  6/18/21
    More On: mugging Jarring video shows four muggers pummel Bronx man Muggers fracture man’s jaw in a brazen broad-daylight attack in NYC NYPD seeks public’s help identifying ‘strong-arm’ robbery suspect Mugger breaks elderly woman’s elbow in Queens: cops A group of muggers shoved a teen girl to the ground and attempted to wrestle away her handbag before grabbing a teen boy’s cell phone in Manhattan, new video shows.  The 16-year-old victims were on West 43rd Street near Eighth Avenue around 9 p.m. Friday when the group approached, looking to sell them marijuana, cops said late Wednesday.  Then one of the suspects pushed the girl to the ground and pulled at her bag, dragging her around on the sidewalk, surveillance video shows.  Another suspect kicked the teen, but she refused to give up her bag, police said.  So the crew turned their attention to the boy and swiped his cell phone from his jacket pocket, before fleeing west on 43rd Street toward 9th Avenue, cops said.  The muggers were still on the loose early Thursday.  The relationship between the teen...
    Three teenagers allegedly struck a woman with a glass bottle and stole her iPhone in New York City’s Greenwich Village this week. The 40-year-old victim was in Lower Manhattan around West 10th Street near Fifth Avenue at 8:00 p.m. Tuesday when the three young women ambushed her and allegedly hit her with the bottle, causing her to fall into a flower box, police told the New York Post Thursday. The suspects took an iPhone 11 Pro from the victim’s hands before fleeing on West 10th Street, police said. The victim suffered a minor head injury, but refused medical attention at the scene. Police say all the suspects are in their teens. The first suspect weighs around 150 pounds, has a heavy build, is about 5’5″ tall, and was last seen wearing black boots, a multi-colored hooded sweatshirt, and grey sweatpants, according to police. The second suspect is described as weighing 140 pounds, has an athletic build, and is about 5’8″ tall, police said. She was last seen wearing black boots, a black hooded sweatshirt with green lettering on the front, and...
    Three Hudson County teenage boys attempted to steal a Toyota that was left unlocked and running on the side of a busy Hoboken street Sunday evening, authorities said. Police in Hoboken saw a man chasing after a black Toyota in the middle of Washington Street just after 5:10 p.m., authorities said. Two 15-year-olds and a 14-year-old from Kearny were then seen getting out of the Toyota and running westbound from 5th and Washington Street before officers stopped them near Garden Street, Hoboken police said. The teens were arrested and charged with theft of a motor vehicle and hindering. One of the teens was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, police said. One of the teens was released to his parents and the others remained as of Monday morning, police said.
    Philadelphia police are searching for five teenage suspects who knocked a woman unconscious and stole her car in North Philadelphia. The incident took place on Wednesday, November 25, at approximately 4:30 p.m. on the 1700 block of Wylie Street, WTXF reported. The 40-year-old woman was approaching her vehicle’s driver’s seat when five teenage boys punched her in the head from behind, knocking her unconscious, police said. One of the suspects then broke into the woman’s 2007 Honda Fit and headed southbound on Wylie Street. The other four suspects fled on foot, heading northbound on Wylie Street. The woman suffered a broken nose and a concussion and was taken to a local hospital for treatment, CBS Philly reported. Police have described the suspects as five teenage black males wearing hoods on their heads and masks on their faces. Police are urging anyone with information about the suspects or the incident to contact them.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police are searching for five teenagers who, they say, beat a woman unconscious and stole the woman’s car in North Philadelphia. The attack happened around 4:30 p.m. on Nov. 25. Police say a 40-year-old woman was getting in her car on the 1700 block of Wylie Street when she was approached by the suspects from behind. The suspects then started punching her in the head, police say. The victim was knocked unconscious during the attack. The woman was transported to an area hospital and treated for a broken nose and a concussion. One of the male teenagers entered the woman’s 2007 gray Honda Fit and drove south on Wylie Street. The four other suspects fled on food and were last seen heading north on Wylie Street. The suspects were described as five Black men in their teens. All of the teens were wearing hooded sweatshirts, with the hoods up and surgical masks on their faces. Anyone with information regarding this incident should contact police. MORE ON CBSPHILLY.COM Pennsylvania State Senator Gets Positive COVID-19 Test At...
    SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio police say two teens who may not have been old enough to drive caused a wreck on the city’s South Side Friday morning that has left two adults paying for the damage. Police said the boys, who appeared to be around 12 or 13 years old, first stole a car from a driver at a gas station near Interstate 37 and Fair Avenue. Man hospitalized for serious injuries after Northeast Side carjacking, police say “Some guys just came up from behind me when I was putting air and they just pushed me,” said the victim who did not want to reveal her identity. The woman said she was carrying out her normal morning routine, stopping off at the convenience store around 6 a.m. to buy coffee and gas. However, as she got out of the car to use the air pump, everything changed. She said the two teens took her by surprise and took off with the car. “They were following me in the store and I didn’t think anything of it,” she said. “I...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A St. Louis Park couple says they refuse to be silent after a disturbing display by a group of teenagers in their yard. Bridget and Sam Ginnis captured a video on their Ring doorbell camera Sunday night of three teenagers dressed in gorilla costumes. One was holding the family’s Black Lives Matter sign that had been in their yard, while the other two made animal noises and pounded on their front steps. (credit: The Ginnis Family) “Worst-case scenario, it was a blatantly-racist act,” Sam Ginnis said. “Best-case scenario, they are just so sheltered from the world that they don’t understand, and I think there’s a problem with both scenarios.” The Ginnis family says there were five teens total, and they took off with the sign when they saw them calling 911. The couple says they will be replacing their yard sign, and police are investigating. READ MORE: Roseville Man Accused Of Leaving Threatening Notes At Homes With ‘Black Lives Matter’ Signs, Inclusive Messages
    A pair of teenage thieves boosted a running car in Queens — but the duo made off with more than they expected after finding a two-week-old baby on board, police said. The teens — ages 15 and 16 — jumped in the idling 2011 Acura TSX in front of 132-48 158 Street in Jamaica around 1:30 p.m., according to police. The duo took off down Rockaway Boulevard and Nassau Expressway as the father chased the Acura before it crashed into another car, police said. The infant was not injured in the crash and the two teens took off, police said. Cops caught up to them moments later and collared the two.
    MOORHEAD, Minn. (AP) — Two teens are in custody after escaping from a juvenile detention center in Moorhead and fleeing in a county-owned vehicle, according to authorities. The teens escaped from the Northwest Juvenile Detention Center Sunday afternoon. A short time later, a passerby reported he saw the two juveniles get into the vehicle and drive away, officials said. A Moorhead police officer spotted the stolen vehicle and attempted to stop it, but the driver refused to pull over. A brief pursuit was terminated when the officer lost sight of the vehicle. A sheriff's deputy in the area spotted the vehicle again and tried to make a traffic stop but the vehicle fled on Interstate 94 with speeds hitting 100 mph, KFGO reported. A Barnesville police officer used stop sticks on the interstate. That blew out at least one tire but didn’t stop the vehicle which exited into Barnesville. There, the deputy used a maneuver to stop the vehicle and the teens were arrested. Clay County Sheriff Mark Empting says the two are facing a number of charges, including escape,...
    A pair of Fairfield County teenagers were taken into custody after getting their stories crossed with investigators while attempting to steal a car, police said. Officers from the Darien Police Department received a report of two suspicious men shortly before 3 a.m. on Wednesday, June 3, who were caught on security camera running up the driveway of a Littlebrook Road driveway. Upon arrival, officers found two suspicious teenagers from Norwalk walking in the area, and when they were questioned as to why they were there and where they were going, police said, and that they provided conflicting stories. Ultimately, police said that the teens admitted to attempting to steal a car to drive home, and both were arrested. At Darien Police Headquarters, the two 17-year-olds were charged with first-degree criminal attempt at larceny. Additionally, one of the teens was found to be in possession of sunglasses that may have previously been stolen in a different incident. The two teens - whose names were not released due to their status as juveniles - were released to their parents and scheduled to...
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