March 5, 2024
Dozens of cars in Columbus, Ohio, were pillaged Friday in a string of apparent smash-and-grab break-ins.

Dozens of cars in Columbus, Ohio, were pillaged Friday in a string of apparent smash-and-grab break-ins.

The apparent crime spree occurred at about 3:15 a.m. on the 300 block of East Second Avenue in the city’s Italian Village neighborhood, according to a report.

CAN TRUMP MAKE OBAMACARE REPLACEMENT A RALLYING CRY FOR GOP AGAIN?

When police arrived on the scene, they found windows smashed out and glass on the street.

One witness informed authorities that at least one person was responsible for the crime, but an exact number has not been confirmed.

The estimated number of vehicles broken into currently sits at about 30, but no one was reported as being injured.

Vehicle-related crimes have ailed major U.S. cities in 2023, including the nation’s capital, where Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX) was carjacked at gunpoint in October.

Overall, car thefts are up a whopping 93% in Washington, D.C.

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER

“Bottom line is what you’ve got to have is you got to have the resources. You got to support the police. You got to have the right laws to have repercussions,” Cuellar said.

“That is, if somebody breaks the law, then you make sure you enforce that law. Otherwise, it’s going to continue going. I mean, how can you have, at the nation’s capital, over 900 carjackings in 11 months? That’s just something that has to change.”

Leave a Reply