VIDEO: Police Officer Chased Down During Austin 'Street Takeover'Chris Menahan
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One police officer was injured and multiple onlookers were set ablaze during a "street takeover" in Austin, Texas on Saturday night.
"We want to be known; we want to be documented. We want to be the next Fast and Furious," South Austin resident Jose Gonzales told Fox 7 Austin:
"We didn't have no intentions of hurting nobody. You know, that's our fault. We're sorry to the police officer that got hurt, but man, he should have stayed in his own lane," Gonzales said."The event went on until around 1:30 a.m. Sunday morning," FOX 7 Austin reported. "Austin PD said an officer was hurt and several vehicles were damaged. A Travis County Sheriff's Office spokesperson said two of their vehicles had their windows busted out, rocks thrown at them, and they had to be towed."
Austin policy makers are directly responsible for the overall safety of their citizens & visitors. Looks like they failed to make the right decisions & continue to defund, destroy, & demoralize public safety. Austin was one of the safest cities, NOT anymore," the Austin Police Association commented Sunday on Twitter.
Since taking office in Jan 2021, Soros-funded Travis County District Attorney Jose Garza has made punishing law-abiding citizens for defending themselves from criminals his top priority.
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