September 26, 2019

Sleepless in St. Paul

Timothy Birdnow

The Twin Cities are starting to resemble St. Louis or Chicago.

18 people charged in two violent group robberies in downtown Minneapolis

From the article:

The incidents were part of a robbery spree that targeted "easy prey,” people who were intoxicated, distracted and alone, police said. In one of the attacks, caught on surveillance video near Target Field, the suspects kicked and punched the victim, ran over him with a bicycle and hit him with planting pots.

Eighteen people, ranging in age from 15 to 27 years old, were charged with various counts of robbery in connection with the two separate incidents. Only one person, Adrian Cooper, 25, of Brooklyn Center, was charged in both of the crimes.

 And if you call the police you might get shot by a Somali cop, like that poor Australian woman did when she tried to report a prowler.

Notice too the attacks were on "soft targets" . That is really despicable.

These were really brutal crimes, and charges have been filed.

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