This past week, there have been multiple "bash mobs" in Southern California. In areas and cities such as South L.A., Hollywood, San Bernardino and Victorville, roving groups of individuals have demonstrated organized crime, attacking innocent people and businesses.
On Monday, a group of young people stormed a L.A. Wal-Mart on Crenshaw Boulevard, and on Tuesday thieves rushed down Hollywood Boulevard, harassed tourists, stole phones and vandalized shops. Organized through social media, these "bash mobs" have been a problem in other states (Chicago, Philadelphia and Washington), but are becoming an increasingly alarming problem in SoCal.
Long Beach police are expecting another "bash mob" on Friday, July 19.
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