Another mob of teenagers have flooded the streets of Memphis again in a reported attack this time aimed at a mother and her daughter.
It was just last month that video of a mob of teenagers surfaced attacking customers and employees in a Kroger parking lot at the Poplar Plaza near East High School.
WREG reports that a mob of teens may have struck again, this time near Central High School in Memphis.
It was Friday night around 10PM when Sharon Mourning says she and her daughter were just driving along on Bellevue Blvd when “all of a sudden” a group of teenagers started attacking her car in the middle of the street.
Mourning says that around 50 kids or more were surrounding her car with at least twenty of them jumping on top of her car kicking, stomping and hitting at her windows while laughing, hollering and seeming to be having fun at it.
In addition, Mourning claims to have seen the teens beat an elderly man and another teenager whose face she witnessed bleeding.
There was another incident reported to police of a man being attacked by teens after honking his horn at them to move out of the way, which Mourning claims the teens bricked and stomped his car the same way they stomped hers.
Fearing for her life, fortunately, Mourning was able to flag down police while dialing 911 as well as able to point out some of the teens to the police that participated in attacking her.
Two teens, both 17, were given juvenile summons and then allowed to go home which Mourning claims was simply not enough adding that she sees Memphis ‘burning’ if they don’t get control of their children.