Sacramento Update

60 juvenile thugs overrun BART train, brutalize and rob passengers

If you thought about taking BART in order to save a few bucks, think again.

Authorities said it happened in 30 seconds: A throng of up to 60 thugs mobbed a Bay Area Rapid Transit train Saturday in Oakland and mugged passengers. At least two people were injured and required medical attention.

The swarm of thugs were spotted by witnesses hastily jumping over fare gates before boarding a Dublin-bound train just after 9:20 p.m. at the Coliseum Station on San Leandro Street, according the BART Police Department.

Once the minors entered the train, police said, they swarmed passengers and robbed six people by force. Another passenger was robbed on the railway platform. Authorities said a purse, duffel bag and five cellphones were taken during the robberies. At least two passengers were treated by paramedics for face and head injuries, police said.

β€œIt all happened pretty quickly – it was about 30 seconds,” BART spokeswoman Alicia Trost said.

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After robbing passengers, police said, the juveniles ran into the surrounding neighborhoods before officers could arrive at the scene. The train remained at the station for 15 minutes as officers investigated the robberies.

Read the whole story in the LA Times

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  1. The police are now useless and have been neutered by democrat politicians. It’s only a matter of time before we start to see “Private Justice ” taking care of criminals the good old fashion way. Once government and the police abdicate their basic responsibilities to protect the public, the public will start to take matters into their own hands. Venezuela now has 40 street hangings a day as the police there aren’t being paid anymore.

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