November 28, 2015
Watch the video. Ask yourself if you can ever imagine, in any situation, White “youths” acting this way.
Then ask yourself why anyone, anywhere, would want Black people in their society.
San Francisco police say they’ve arrested two men in connection with a brutal strong-arm cellphone robbery that took place last month on Stockton Street.
According to authorities, a 54-year-old man was walking down the street while using his smartphone to look up a map for directions the night of October 26 when he was attacked.
Surveillance video shows the suspects hit the victim and try to steal his phone. The man tried to run away, but the suspects caught up to him, knocked him to the ground, and kicked him while he was down. A woman pushing a baby stroller was seen walking up to stand with the suspects as they lingered around the man after stealing his phone.
Police say the victim, who’s a husband and father of three, sustained severe facial injuries which will require reconstructive surgery.
Through an investigation, officials were able to identify two suspects. On Wednesday, investigators and patrol officers from Central Police Station and patrol officers from Ingleside Police Station served search warrants at residences on the 200 block of Hahn Street, the unit block of Brookdale, and the 1800 block of Sunnydale in San Francisco.
Both suspects were taken into custody without incident.
Police say 19-year-old Tristean Duree was taken into custody at the Sunnydale location and 19-year-old Odis Doss was taken into custody at the Brookdale Street location.