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CA Couple Brutally Beaten by Random Group of Teens Outside Their Home [VIDEO]

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A shocking video has emerged, showing the moment a couple was attacked right outside of their home by a group of teens. Approximately four or five suspects – including men and women – were involved in the altercation, and the female victim, a mother of four children, was punched and kicked repeatedly by the group.

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The incident took place in the Weston Ranch area of Stockton, California, at approximately 11:30 pm on Sunday night, according to a report by the Daily Mail. The couple asked two women who were fighting outside of their property to leave, triggering the assault.

“I have black eyes, my ears, my arms, my elbows,” said the female victim, who declined to identify herself, as she described her bruises after the altercation.

“It’s crazy,” she continued. “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,” she added, “it seemed like five minutes.

Her partner attempted to protect her but took a moment to run inside and call 911. As he reached out to the authorities, the group continued beating his partner.

“Next thing I know,” he said, “head bombs are dropped.”

“They’re telling me, ‘Who do I think I am,’” he added. “They turn around and the next thing I know, more people are coming out of nowhere, just coming down the street.”

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


The group also vandalized the couple’s truck before they left. Bloodstains were clearly visible on the home’s driveway, marking the area of the attack.

The Stockton Police Department posted the video on social media, hoping the public could help identify the suspects.

“If you look at the video, there’s about four to five people, both males and females,” said police spokesman Joe Silva, “and we believe that they possibly are known to that neighborhood.”