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Streak of violence, rioting and flash mobs hit the United States over the past few days.

CHICAGO:

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CHICAGO (WLS) – Was it a flash mob that forced the closure of North Avenue beach on Memorial Day?

Chicago Police News Affairs released a statement saying they had to close the beach for safety reasons, as people were suffering heat exhaustion and emergency vehicles couldn’t get through to help. But, WLS listeners say there was what they called a “large gangbanger element” at the Oak Street and North Avenue beaches.

OFFICIAL BS STORY: [link to www.chicagotribune.com

NASHVILLE:

24 SQUAD CARS NEEDED…
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“Not just kids jumping the fence, but adults, with children and strollers, putting them over the fence, then jumping the fence,” Cpt. Pardue said.

Visitors inside the park said the chaos made them feel unsafe.

“Hundreds of people were just jumping over the fence. Almost trampled my kids. I just didn’t feel safe,” Heather Nowack explained.

Park managers said this is the first time in 30 years they have had to close Wave Country because the crowd became uncontrollable.

CHARLOTTE:

[link to www.wbtv.com

400 COPS CALLED IN, 70 ARRESTED

“There were two female traffic officers, and one male officer, and they were, like, taking cover because they didn’t know what was going on,” David says. “We ran behind Panera bread and jumped a couple of bushes.” David says he was running with a crowd, “and then we looked to our right, and there was a guy just laying there and blood was pouring from him.”

One man died, another was injured, and it all led to one of the city’s largest mass arrests.

The trouble started at the Charlotte Transit Center between 4th and Trade Streets, when groups of 50 or more started confronting each other and refused to leave even when police closed in. CMPD believes the incident could have been gang related.

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A manager at a convenience store on North Tryon Street tells NewsChannel 36 a huge crowd swarmed the store, broke a window, and began stealing things, before running away.

In all, 70 people were arrested – including 15 juveniles. Most of the arrests were for disorderly conduct, fighting, assault, and impeding traffic.

LONG ISLAND:

BEACH RIOT – 11 SQUAD CARS NEEDED

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According to Newsday , 11 Nassau police cars and two Metropolitan Transportation Authority police units assisted with the crowd control on Monday evening.

Police say a series of fights erupted on the beach just before it closed at 6 p.m. and continued for several hours. It was not clear whether the fights involved the same group of young people or different groups.

ROCHESTER, NY

20 COPS, AMBULANCES, FIRE TRUCKS

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Rochester, N.Y. – A busy Memorial Day evening at the beach ended abruptly when fights broke out among at least 100 youth.

Monroe County Sheriff’s deputies shut down Ontario Beach Park, prompting a traffic jam. Large crowds of youth ran south on Lake Ave. 

Sheriff’s and Rochester police arrested 13 people on charges ranging from disorderly conduct to drug and alcohol offenses. 

Erica Blake, 34, allegedly assaulted a deputy who responded to the scene. She’s been charged with second-degree assault. Police say the deputy was scratched on the face as he was pulled into the fracas. 

MYRTLE BEACH, SC

CRIME INUNDATION

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Myrtle Beach police received reports of five armed robberies, a stabbing, a shooting and an incident involving a shotgun being pointed at a security guard during a nearly eight-hour period in the city early Sunday and Monday

BOSTON, MA

THOUSANDS OF YOUTH BRAWL IN FLASH MOBS, STORM TRAINS; HUNDREDS OF POLICE NEEDED TO QUELL RIOTS

[link to www.boston.com

Fights broke out among rival gang members on Carson Beach in South Boston yesterday and spilled out across the city, triggering a massive law enforcement response from at least five agencies to stem the violence.

\said the gang members are part of a group of more than 1,000 youths who have used social media sites like Facebook to plan unruly gatherings on the beach on three of the past four nights. The beach falls under the jurisdiction of the State Police, who have been unable to prevent the violence.

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