Teenagers terrorizing in downtown areas?

It’s hard to believe that black teens are terrorizing downtown St. Louis! I wonder where they would get such ideas?

Not to mention, black teens have better things to do, since Obama has provide so many jobs. The black community’s cup runneth over.

So when I heard that several young teenagers were arrested for three attacks in downtown St. Louis in recent weeks, I was shocked. We can always reward bad behavior:


Believe it or not, one of three girls arrested is a pregnant 13-year-old. Times must be desperate for her, given that she’s about to become a new mom, and I’m sure headed to college shortly thereafter?

Capt. Daniel Howard, the commander of downtown’s District 4 police unit, said the attacks are unrelated, with this exception:

“They are only connected because they are so egregious and it is surprising to see young people acting this way…They are both violent and disgusting.”

What are the nature of these attacks?

Police say in one attack, a 32-year-old man was walking home from work about 5 p.m. when he was surrounded by a group of teenage boys wearing khaki pants and black or navy blue shirts. The teens knocked the man out after asking him for money. The group took the man’s cellphone and money from his pocket and ran away.

The victim received numerous head and facial injuries, including broken eye sockets and teeth.

There is good news, as according to Capt. Howard, the teens are students at a charter school near downtown.

So they will soon be headed to college, like Michael Brown.

Prior to this beating two women were beaten by a group of girls in two incidents in the same general area.

A 22-year old woman was carrying her groceries home, when she was attacked by four girls ranging in age from 12 to 14 in the 1200 block of Washington Avenue at about 6:50 p.m. on Oct. 25. According to the St. Louis incident report:

“The victim was walking west on Washington when four females approached her and one of the suspects punched her in the face…The other suspects then took her cellphone and attempted to grab her groceries. While on the ground, the suspects also kicked the victim. The victim screamed and a nearby witness came to help her, causing the suspects to flee east on Washington.”

About ten minutes later the same group of girls targeted a 29-year-old woman in the 1000 block of Pine Street, according to police. The incident report stated:

“The victim stated … a group of four females approached her, took her purse and punched her in the face…The victim fell to the ground and the suspects continued to kick her. The group then fled the scene, east on Pine. An area officer saw the females, and observed that they matched the description of the suspects responsible for the (other) incident.”

Police arrested three girls — 12, 13, and 14. They were taken to the juvenile detention center. The fourth girl was able to evade police.

According to Democrat Mayor Francis Slay’s chief of staff, the administration is monitoring the situation closely. And while the mayor is monitoring, police are on the front lines, as they have stepped up patrols in the area.

Your tax dollars at work.

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