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California couple attacked in their own driveway

Shocking video shows the moment a vicous gang kick and punch a California couple in their own driveway after being asked to leave

  • Footage shows the moment a California couple were attacked in their driveway
  • The couple were set upon after asking two women fighting outside to leave 
  • The female victim was kicked and punched several times by up to five attackers 
  • Her partner was also targeted and ran inside during the attack to call 911 

Shocking footage shows the moment a California couple were attacked in their driveway by a gang of youths who began fighting on their property.

The incident happened at around 11.30 pm on Sunday night along the 900 block of Henry Long Drive in the Weston Ranch area in Stockton. 

Stockton police said that a group of unknown individuals assaulted a man and woman in the neighborhood.

A mother-of-four who was brutally kicked and punched in the head and body said she felt the attack was neverending. The couple were set upon outside their Stockton home on Sunday night after they asked two women fighting to leave their driveway 

Police said there were around four to five male and female suspects, who are known in the area, involved in the assault. 

The couple, who did not give their names, spoke about how the terrifying incident unfolded as they were taking trash outside and were set upon by the vicious gang.

The female victim, a mother-of-four, was kicked and punched in the head and face multiple times.

Footage shows around four to five men and women viciously beating the woman as her partner tried to intervene and help her, but he also traded blows with the gang

Footage shows around four to five men and women viciously beating the woman as her partner tried to intervene and help her, but he also traded blows with the gang 

The woman lies on the ground as her partner is set upon by the youths, after the couple were taking out trash and asked the suspects to leave their driveway

The woman lies on the ground as her partner is set upon by the youths, after the couple were taking out trash and asked the suspects to leave their driveway 

She told CBS Sacramento: ‘I have black eyes, my ears, my arms, my elbows.  It’s crazy, I was so confused because I was hit in the face multiple times and kicked in the head. It was never ending.

‘The fact that it happened in 30 seconds, it seemed like five minutes.’

Her partner tried to protect her but had to leave briefly to go inside and call 911. When he left, they continued to beat his partner.

He said: ‘Next thing I know, head bombs are dropped, they’re telling me who do I think I am.

‘They turn around and next thing I know, more people are coming out of nowhere, just coming down the street. 

The woman was treated at a local hospital for her injuries and released. She is seen above being helped by her partner following the horrifying attack

The woman was treated at a local hospital for her injuries and released. She is seen above being helped by her partner following the horrifying attack 

The victim spoke to CBS Sacramento and showed her injuries, which included severe bruising on her face

The woman's partner said the attackers seemed to come out of nowhere

The female victim spoke to CBS Sacramento and showed her injuries, which included severe bruising on her face. Her partner said the attackers appeared to come out of nowhere 

‘If I had not have been over, who knows what would’ve happened to her. ‘Just to have something like this happen is appalling.’ 

Before they left, the gang vandalized their truck which was parked in their driveway, where blood stains are visible from where the vicious attack happened. 

Stockton police department issued a surveillance video of the attack on its Facebook page on Wednesday in the hope that the suspects can be identified.

Police spokesman Joe Silva told Fox 40: ‘If you look at the video, there’s about four to five people, both males and females. ‘And we believe that they possibly are known to that neighborhood.’

Authorities are asking anyone with information to contact Detective Gandy at 209-937-8176 or Stockton Crime Stoppers Inc. at 209-946-0600.

A $10,000 reward is being offered for any information leading to an arrest.

 

 

 

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