City of Emeryville's Comfort Zone:
All Black People Implicated As Crime Suspects
No Other Physical Descriptions Offered
|Emeryville Police Chief|
'Black females are suspects
in the Gap robbery'.
December's listing is from the Emeryville Police crime blotter published by the City of Emeryville every month. The December Bay Street robbery with its two Black female suspects is added to the November robbery the City alerted us to at 6399 Christie Avenue with its three "Black male" suspects and the 3839 Emery Street shoplifting case involving a "Black female", both cases offered in the Emeryville Police Department crime statistics blotter posted on the City's website.
In all these cases, no other descriptions are offered by the City other than the 'Black' race and gender of the suspects. It's likely enough to get many citizens to look at all Black people more suspiciously. And that's seen as a good thing by the City of Emeryville. We know this is true because they wouldn't have posted the crime blotter in November and December without physical and other descriptions of the crime suspects otherwise.
|Emeryville City Manager|
'Black males and Black females
are crime suspects in Emeryville.
Help us find them'.
Watch this space.
From Emeryville's December crime blotter:
Robbery: In District 5 at The Gap, 5690 Bay St., four females concealed clothing in a bag and attempted to leave the store without paying. As the employee grabbed the merchandise from one of the suspects, the suspect punched the employee. The suspects then fled the store with the loss. LOSS: Miscellaneous clothing. Suspects: #1 Female, unknown race, wearing a white pom pom hat, long braids, and a light colored jacket. #2 Black female with short red hair, no further description. #3 and #4 Black females, no further description.