One Saturday night, someone stole Neighbor Tony’s scooter from outside his home on Precita Avenue.
On Sunday, another neighbor spotted his scooter inside the homeless encampment under the Cesar Chavez/101 interchange. Neighbor Tony tells Bernalwood what happened next:
A neighbor called, and said he saw my scooter under 101 bypass at Ceaser Chavez.
Sure enough it was there, sticking half way out of a tent. We called the police, but to be honest, no police came. So we waved down an officer on a dirt bike. He walked us in, and allowed us to get the bike back.
So let’s just say we stole it back, and they shouldn’t be back for awhile. That tent city probably holds a lot of people’s treasures.
PHOTO: Neighbor Tony walking his recovered scooter back home from the Chavez/101 encampment