Video Shows Cops Point Guns At Black Teens Who Were Threatened by Homeless Man

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Artivia Tahir

Police officers pointed their guns at a group of black teenagers who reportedly were being harassed by a homeless man.

A video shows law enforcement officers in Santa Clarita, California pointing guns at black teenagers who were reportedly being harassed by a homeless man, according to Raw Story.

“I wanted to share what happened to my son yesterday in SCV when he was with a couple of friends sitting at a bus stop headed home. He was attacked by a gentleman (homeless guy) who approached them and first asked them if they had any crack then tried to take their things. One’ caller called the police and reported two black guys are attacking a homeless guy. This is how the police responded. This is something my son and his friends will never forget.”

  • RawStory wrote that “the manager of the nearby Buffalo Wild Wings called the cops to get help for the teens.”
  • The Los Angeles Police Department reported to TMZ that they received a report that two adult males were hitting a man with a skateboard. The two teens were released and no arrests were made, with TMZ reporting that police were unaware what happened to the homeless man.

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