My sister says everybody in Indianapolis is talking about the bus stop bandits. On Thursday, at least four high school students were victimized at four separate bus stops and robbed of MP3 players and cell phones and probably even their lunch money. Now, two 13-year-old middle school brothers have been attacked at their bus stop. It doesn't even seem to be the same set of attackers -- the dirtbags are copying each other in this lowest-of-the-low crimes:
It just enrages you," said Pam Griffin, who lives a few houses away from the bus stop and has a granddaughter who lives in the neighborhood.
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"It's a really frightening problem for citizens that live in this county," Benjamin said. "We need to be proactive."
I'm guessing Indy police will throw everything they have into this -- if they don't, they're utter fools. These are just the kind of incidents that get people buying guns and forming vigilante groups. Thank goodness the creeps in Fort Wayne haven't sunk this low yet.