The End is Near: Why Cars are Disappearing from LA Streets

The End is Near: Why Cars are Disappearing from LA Streets
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The Los Angeles Police Department is finally taking steps to stop the recent wave of flash mobs that have been occurring all over Los Angeles. 

You have seen all the viral videos recently of mobs of what California describes as individuals, but the rest of us rational people call criminals are doing to stores across California. Mobs of people block streets, and then rush into stores and steal everything not bolted down, and almost always escape with no consequences.

Daily wire reports, The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) has seen enough illegal activity on its streets, announcing that law enforcement will begin taking extra steps to stop the street takeovers that have been plaguing the city.

Police Detective Ryan Moreno said on Thursday that participants and attendees of illegal street takeovers could have their vehicles impounded for up to 30 days. Moreno said the department usually impounds five to ten cars on a weekend, but warned that the number will rise if street takeovers continue.

A recent street takeover in LA led to a mob stealing food, lottery tickets, and tobacco products from a 7-Eleven store. On social media, the video of the mob quickly went viral. According to the LA Times, the police didn’t arrive until the looters had left.

Lets watch.

California is run by liberal ideologies and it is making it near impossible for law abiding citizens to live in.

California Patch reported. As a result of concerns about street takeovers in Compton, city officials began installing “Botts’ Dots,” or raised yellow bumps in the street to discourage speeding and stunts like “donuts.”

A crackdown comes as authorities investigate multiple street takeover fatalities, including a June crash in Compton that killed two young women.

It’s not shocking that in California crime is running rampant with little to no repercussions for the criminals. But what is shocking, is that the police are actually going to start cracking down on these flash mobs. Even after they cause tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage the perpetrators will probably get released with a $10 fine and get their car back in a few days with an apology from the police for having to be so tough on them. Liberal policies need to change The only thing that those policies are doing is protecting the criminals and not the law-abiding citizens that have to deal with the crazy B.S that is happening there everyday.

The End is Near: Why Cars are Disappearing from LA Streets

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