A pair of coronavirus looters casually stuffed bags full of merchandise at a San Francisco Walgreens.
Staffers and customers watched as the couple lugged the pilfered products out of the store – and not a single person intervened.
“Pieces of s***,” the person recording the video can be heard saying. “I hope you overdose.”
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Critics are blaming California’s “No Arrest” policy when it comes to crimes like shoplifting.
In 2014 the state approved a law that made nonviolent offenses such as shoplifting misdemeanors.
One observer noted there would’ve been a different outcome had he been in the store.
“If I were to witness this, two things would happen: 1) the store would be getting all of their stuff back 2) I would be spending several nights in jail Use your imagination,” the man wrote on Twitter.
@SFPD @chesaboudin @Walgreens SF GOV – PROTECT OUR LAW ABIDING CITIZENS AND BUSINESSES. THE LOOTING HAS BEGUN. Walgreens on Drumm. Suspects jumped on bus and didn’t pay right after on Market and Drumm @sfmta_muni pic.twitter.com/n5T5CEeYub
— Jared William (@Jared_William) March 19, 2020
A few weeks ago another San Francisco Walgreens was looted by criminals. This is Nancy Pelosi’s America.
San Francisco’s no arrest policy has anarchic results. pic.twitter.com/3FqauPHUaM
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) March 3, 2020