Last Friday, a group of blacks wearing BLM shirts attacked two white teen sisters who were walking near the BLM protest. The two girls were bruised about the face and on their bodies. They told police that they were attacked for being white. The prosecutor’s office said that they haven’t filed charges yet because they are waiting for the final police report. The police are looking at surveillance tapes in an effort to determine why the two girls viciously attacked the BLM thugs.
Police are not releasing any details about what led up to the attack but say the sisters suffered non-life threatening injuries to their faces and bodies.
Stockton police say there were officers assigned to keep an eye on the protest Friday but say they did not see the attack.
No charges have been filed yet, as the San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office is waiting to receive the police report.
“We are disappointed but we are moving forward to get down to the bottom of this,” Freitas said.
CBS13 has learned there is no formal Black Lives Matter group in Stockton — and according to officials with the Sacramento chapter, no one from the movement was involved with the protest or the attack.
Stockton police are now reviewing surveillance video from the area to figure out how the encounter turned violent.
A $10,000 reward is being offered for any information leading to an arrest.