A group of teens were caught on camera attacking a woman outside her Las Vegas home late last month, in of a series of unexplained assaults on residents in the area.
KVVU reported that the April 27 incident left the Northwest Valley mother with a sprained ankle and broken finger. Neighbors told the news station that the woman was jumped three times on the day in question.
The victim’s husband, John Harris, said about “sixty kids” came out of nowhere and started rushing people for reasons unbeknownst to him. In addition to the assault, the video also reportedly shows children picking up sizable rocks and throwing them.
“They will swarm your house, they will swarm you in your car…cursing you out, throwing rocks at you,” Harris said of ongoing incidents involving students at Edmundo Escobedo Sr. Middle School.
“We know their names, we have pictures we have videos we have spoke to their parents. I mean two to three times a day they are an issue and two, three times a day police come. Police handcuff them, then 10 minutes later you see them back walking around.”
Harris told KNTV that he has since pulled his two children out of the middle school as they were being harassed by their classmates. Residents also claimed they brought the issue to the attention of school officials but were told they wouldn’t be investigating.
While Harris said one student was detained following the April 27 attack, he said the girl was back in trouble the next day.
“This is a situation someone is not going to come back from if it doesn’t stop,” Harris said.
School police went on to tell the news station that they’re aware of the ongoing issues and are working with local police to increase their presence in the area.
[Featured image: KVVU video screengrab]