New Gang Initiation in Arizona
- Casey Hamm
- October 5, 2015
URGENT: Call for all Women to be ALERT! New gang initiation in Arizona and other states.
The California Friends of the African American Caucus recently reported the following:
“A friend stopped at a pay-at-the-pump gas station to get gas. Once she filled her gas tank and after paying at the pump and starting to leave, the voice of the attendant inside came over the speaker…
He told her that something happened with her card and that she needed to come inside to pay. The lady was confused because the transaction showed complete and approved.
She relayed that to him and was getting ready to leave but the attendant, once again, urged her to come in to pay or there’d be trouble. She proceeded to go inside and started arguing with the attendant about his threat.
He told her to calm down and listen carefully:
He said that while she was pumping gas, a guy slipped into the back seat of her car on the other side and the attendant had already called the police.
She became frightened and looked out in time to see her car door open and the guy slip out.”
The report is indicating that a new gang initiation is to bring back a woman and/or her car…
One way gang members are doing this is by crawling under women’s cars while they’re pumping gas or at grocery stores during the night. The other way is slipping into unattended cars and kidnapping the women.
This is happening across many states including Arizona, California and Texas.
We urge you to pass this on to other women, young and old alike.
Be extra careful going to and from your car at night especially our Wildcats on campus -Remember campus is a PUBLIC facility which means anyone is allowed access.
Be safe out there, friends!
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