11-Year-Old Black Boy Was Part of Group That Brutally Beat Elderly Asian Woman in San Francisco: Police

An 11-year-old black boy was part of a group of ‘youths’ that brutally beat a 70-year-old Asian woman in San Francisco last Sunday.

The elderly Asian woman told ABC News that she didn’t venture out for 2 years because of Covid.

However, several black suspects beat her and even kicked her in the head on the day she decided to leave her home.

It turns out an 11-year-old boy was part of the group that violently attacked her.

According to Fox News, the other attacker is a 14-year-old black girl.

The third attacker is a 13-year-old black girl and the fourth is an 18 year-old black male.

NONE of those 4 are in custody.

According to Fox News, only two others associated with this ambush attack are in custody.

ABC 7 News reported:

Mrs. Ren now hides inside for another reason. She is covered in blankets and bed-ridden from the extreme pain she suffered when approached by four juveniles Sunday evening — who asked her what time it was. She says she said “5-o’clock” and then proceeded to show the suspects her watch, since she does not speak any English and was not sure if they understood her.

“They search my body and I quickly realize they’re up to no good.” She says, wincing.

Mrs. Ren says that’s when the suspects realized she had an iPhone 7.

“They got really mad and pulled me down.”

Already on the ground, Mrs. Ren is kicked squarely in the face.

“They used their fist to hit my head multiple times and then they pulled me down and kept kicking me.”

The horror doesn’t end there. When Mrs. Ren tries to hide in the hallway, and is unable to close the door – the suspects return again. Not to steal her watch or earrings, but her keys and to take turns assaulting the terrified senior.

More on this story from ABC 7 News:

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