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August 04, 2023
Family-owned business sees livelihood destroyed in sixty seconds thanks to another California smash and grab
Sixty seconds and Alan saw all his life's work destroyed.
The owner of Jewels By Alan, a customized jewelry store, creates all the jewelry by hand that you would have seen displayed. Then on Monday in broad daylight, three men ran in for another smash-and-grab that has become common in progressive cities in progressive states. Oh, by the way, this is California.
All it took was a minute, and Alan tells ABC7 he's not sure what to do next. "I am absolutely numb trying to figure out what's our next step. ... I have a family to feed. I have bills. This lease we still have to pay for, the insurance, all kinds of stuff."
Irvine police Sgt. Karie Davies says this smash-and-grab was unique in that they didn't just smash and grab. They brought garbage cans with them to fill with stolen goods. "It kind of just shows you the mentality that they either don't think they're going to get caught or they don't care if they get caught."
Right. Because they live in Califonia and know if they get caught the progressive officials in charge won't do anything. We've seen this in Los Angeles. Where fourteen thugs were arrested for a smash and grab and the DA released them back out onto the streets the next day.
The result is what you see in this video:
This is one of the reasons I want to see a Ron DeSantis vs Gavin Newsom 1-on-1 debate. Let's see Newsom defend his policies that have led to an increase in crime. As opposed to Florida, where they handle smash and grabs much differently. One Florida store owner puts it like this:
"There are a lot of concealed carriers here, so if you come to [Florida malls] and you wanna commit a crime, there's a really good chance you might get shot."
Alan hopes suspects are caught before they commit another crime against another family-owned business. It's doubtful.
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