CALIFORNIA Published April 17, 2023 1:41pm EDT
Huge mob ransacks California gas station; police 'outnumbered'

Mob of California youth breaking into a gas station convenience store and then stealing what police say were thousands of dollars of products.

The incident happened early Sunday morning in Compton, California, after a large group of people blocked an intersection as part of a street takeover, with video footage showing cars drifting in circles and screeching around 2:30 a.m., according to KLTA. 

"It's unbelievable, unreal. I've never seen anything like that happen here," Greg Johnson, a Compton resident and customer of the ARCO station that was looted, told ABC7 in reaction to the ransacking.

unidentified people first crowding around the entrance of the convenience store at the ARCO gas station and kicking down its glass door to gain entry.

Once inside, people could be seen swiping items from the stores’ shelves, with one smiling person taking packages of condoms and cigarettes.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said products collectively worth thousands of dollars were stolen and that the store suffered serious damage, ABC7 reported.

Deputies at the Compton station were responding to incidents throughout the night, but police said that since they are "currently limited with their staffed personnel," they "couldn't intervene with the giant takeover groups for safety concerns" and being "outnumbered," according to ABC7.

No arrests have been made in connection to the incident.

Editor: It's just the start of things to come throughout the United States.
Just another George Soros - Democrat controlled city.