|He's not from Delaware. Mahogany Mobs are everywhere|
A man and two teenage girls were arrested in connection with what police dispatch described as a “riot” involving hundreds of people just after midnight on Tuesday.
Cherokee County sheriff’s deputies, South Carolina Highway Patrol troopers and Blacksburg City Police Department officers were dispatched to assist the Gaffney police with a crowd estimated to be as many as 500 people causing a disturbance in the area of Hetty Hill Street and Granite Drive.The chief of Gaffney police said his officers were originally called to the area in reference to complaints about a fireworks war.
He said a Facebook post invited people to that neighborhood to overwhelm police.A release from the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office said that when deputies arrived at that location, people in the crowd shot roman candles and bottle rockets at the officers as they attempted to clear the street.Officers said they used pepper spray to help disperse the crowd, but a few dozen people in the crowd were gathered around a fight that was in progress and they refused to leave.Deputies said they used a Taser to break up the fight between two teenage girls who were rolling around on the ground fighting.
The girls who were fighting, Aleshia Good, 18, and a 15-year-old, both from Gaffney, were arrested for public disorderly conduct, police said.During the time officers were trying to control the situation, someone threw a cement block through the back window of one of the patrol cars.
According to the police report, Stacy Wilson, 21, was also arrested for disorderly conduct after deputies asked him to leave and he “got loud and caused a disturbance.”Laneka Rice, who lives on Granite Drive, told News4's Mike McCormick that officers and that patrol car became targets because people were outraged over the speed of an officer."Next thing I know, I see the police car race down here really fast, and at first we thought he hit one of the kids," Rice said. "He was cursing, talking about get your "D" kids out of the road. All of the parents were mad and enraged about that. So, they just started surrounding him, fussing and he called for backup. I figured they were just mad and you know the kids, they were just going to try to get back that kind of way."
Police Chief Rick Turner said the officer admitted to go too fast, but not above the speed limit. Turner said he is looking into the officer's actions and he's reviewing dash cam video from the scene. Turner said he is also looking into whether the city fireworks law can be changed to prevent the fireworks wars, which happen every year.
Notice how this article - published in a Gannett-owned paper - tries to casually dismiss the
Funland is overwhelmed by Black crime. Violent Black crime.
It's not just big-cities that are threatened by The Crazies, it's any city that has Black people, or Black teens, that can use Facebook, Twitter, etc., to organize and 'overwhelm the police.'
Remember, in the movie The Crazies, it took a military pathogen to destabilize the white population of a town in Iowa; for Black people, no such pathogen is necessary. Curfews are needed to stop
Of course, the fact that our Department of (In) Justice is forcing banks to lower lending requirements to Black people shows that we do not live among The Crazies, but are, in effect, run and lorded over by The Crazies.