According to KTVU.com, a demand for personal property was rejected at Fairfield High School in Fairfield,Calif., on Thursday evening. Two male teenagers between the ages of 16 -18, approached a developmentally disabled adult while he was walking across the high school quad about 8 p.m., after a football game. He was told to give up his personal property. When he refused the first time, one of the teenagers lifted his shirt and showed a silver revolver shoved in his waistband, according to police. Refusing again, the twoallegedly hit the victim in the head, knocking him unconscious.
It isn’t known what the victim was hit with. What is known is that when he regained consciousness, his cell phone, wallet, and Nintendo DS were missing.
To anyone who may have been at the game or saw something that happened: I know that is doggoned scary to testify against people who appear to have no morals or conscience. If you turned away so that you did not have to get invloved, I hope you have enough courage and humanity in your heart to call the Fairfield police NOW at 707-428-7300, and report what you know. Fugitive.com can also be called, if you do not wish to deal with the police, at 1-800-9-CAUGHT There may be nothing that can be proven without a viable witness, but maybe they will understand that sometimes, you might have to spend a couple of days behind the locked fence while mom and dad fork out more money to save you from the trouble you want to pursue.
Parents: if this may have been your child (sometimes they are ignorant enough to bring the bounty home with them), pray he can learn a lesson now. On the streets, continuing as he is, you face the the heartbreak of death and destruction for which he is headed.
Police say the suspect that allegedly showed the gun is a thinly built black male, about 5 feet 7 inches tall. He was last seen wearing a white T-shirt, baggy light-colored sweatpants, and a white baseball cap. The police say the second suspect is also a thinly built black male, about 5 feet 7 inches tall.
I hope the correct suspects are apprehended soon, before they harm anyone else or are harmed, themselves. It is time to have a safer America!
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