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Three females repeatedly punch, stomp female crossing guard in Philly after argument; beaten victim hospitalized, cops say
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Three females repeatedly punch, stomp female crossing guard in Philly after argument; beaten victim hospitalized, cops say

Philadelphia police said three females repeatedly punched and stomped on a female crossing guard after an argument, after which the 29-year-old victim was hospitalized.

What are the details?

While the attack took place Nov. 30, police on Tuesday released information about the attack, including still images of the suspects.

Police said the victim was working as a crossing guard at 2800 Cecil B. Moore Avenue around 3:40 p.m. when she was involved in an argument with three unknown females.

Cops noted that the three females knocked the victim to the ground and punched and stomped her several times.

The victim suffered bruising to her head and face as well as swelling to her nose, left hand, and right leg, police said, adding that the victim was taken to Temple Hospital for treatment of her injuries.

Police said if you see these suspects, call 911 immediately and do not approach them. Call or text 215-686-TIPS (8477) to submit confidential tips. If you have any information about this crime or these suspects, police said to call Central Detective Division at 215-686-3093/3094 and ask for Detective Allen.

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How are folks reacting?

Commenters on a WTXF-TV story published on Yahoo News were far from happy about the situation. Here's a sampling from among more than 1,200 (and counting) observations:

  • "Even if identified, found & 20 witnesses came forward, the city STILL wouldn't prosecute them. Probably reduce it to jaywalking," one commenter wrote. "Crime rules, the good citizens are thrown under the bus."
  • "The way to decrease crime is to increase punishment," another commenter opined. "It'll deter some and keep the ones who do commit crimes off the street longer. It's a win-win."
  • "Seems like a responsible and reasonable way for moral, thinking, introspective, intelligent human beings to behave," another commenter quipped.
  • "If you lived in that neighborhood would you come forward and identify any one of them?" another commenter wondered. "The police don't even want to go there."

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Dave Urbanski

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