Caught On Camera: Group Of Teens 'Terrorize' California Grocery Store (Video)

| by Dominic Kelly

A group of teens was caught "terrorizing" a grocery store after surveillance cameras captured their destruction, and now, the teens have been arrested and charged.

The disturbing video shows five teens, four girls and one boy, running wild through a Marysville, California grocery store. The teens reportedly ran around the store shouting gang slogans, chugging alcohol, and dumping food into the aisles. One of the teens even poured a bottle of oil on the ground, causing a 64-year-old Air Force veteran to slip and fall. As a result of the fall, the man had to be taken to a local hospital and treated for a fractured elbow.

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During the incident, a store manager reportedly tried to intervene, but one of the teens punched him in the face.

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“At one point they even went to the liquor aisle, and they actually opened up some liquor bottles and started consuming alcoholic beverages in the liquor aisle,” a police spokesperson noted.

Reports say that the teens terrorized the grocery store in retaliation for the owners calling the police on them two days earlier when they were there acting out.

Two responding officers reportedly sustained injuries when the 15-year-old boy tried to resist arrest, but despite one girl’s attempt to flee the scene, all five were arrested and booked at a juvenile detention center on charges that include felony vandalism. All in all, the damages are estimated to be around $1,000.

Sources: Daily Mail, Fox 40 News / Photo Source: Daily Mail