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'We're Taking Back Our Street" - Sacramento Man Barricades Street To
Stop Out-Of-Control Crime
People are fed up with the urban utopian socialist experiment in
California. One business owner barricaded a public street in
Sacramento to prevent a further spillover in crime from other areas.
"The game is over. We're taking back our streets," business owner Rich
Eaton told FOX40. He barricaded part of Railroad Drive to prevent the
commercial area from additional car burglaries, rampant building
theft, prostitution, and homeless encampments.
"The city's dereliction of duty has just come to a boiling point and
I'm really just begging for help," Eaton said, adding he has
complained about the out-of-control crime to the mayor. So far, he's
received no response.
"I paid some homeless people some money so they would leave. I fed
them; I took care of them and helped them and when Railroad Drive was
cleared. I put up barriers," Eaton said.
A person who didn't want to be identified and works for a company on
the street told the local news: "It was like walking through a working
meth lab to get to work."
"There's days when they'll be parked three-wide on the street and
we can barely get by. They've had our gates completely blocked. I've
pulled up and had employees waiting to get in because they were afraid
to get out of their gate and punch in the code.
"Literally a week ago from this spot to there, all the way down
and around the corner there were 57 motor homes and trailers parked,"
the employee said.
Eaton said someone scaled his building last week and stole his
surveillance cameras from the roof.
"The prostitution, the stolen cars, people meeting on the street
at 3 a.m.," Eaton said, it's just chaos he added.
Sacramento responded to Eaton's barricade with an order to stop
blocking the street.
Business owners taking action as city governments seem unresponsive is
a new emerging trend. Last year, dozens of Baltimore City businesses
banded together. They collectively threatened the mayor with no tax
payment because they were fed up and frustrated "with the outburst of
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