sacramento.cbslocal.com It’s a soccer practice hold-up. Kids and the coach were victims of an armed robbery at a park in Stockton. The team of 16 year olds was practicing on a tennis court when three other teens came up to them with a shotgun and demanded their stuff. “This park is very dangerous. You can’t trust anyone anymore,” said James Griffin, a neighbor. Stockton police say an entire team was held at gunpoint and robbed of their cell phones, keys and gym bags during practice. “It is a lot of crime. Weston ranch is really bad,” said Griffin. Investigators say three teens approached the players and their adult coach just after dark Saturday while they were practicing at Paul Park. One of the suspects flashed a sawed-off shotgun, raced around and forced the team to hand over their property. “When someone brings a sawed-off shotgun to the area and assaults someone or robs someone, there is a concern,” said Griffin. to read more click here: sacramento.cbslocal.com
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