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FAIRFAX DISTRICT (CBSLA) — Residents and retailers are scrambling to find ways to help police and find a way to end the recent rash of robberies across Los Angeles.

“There needs to be consequences for the behavior,” said California Retail Association president Rachel Michelin. “There needs to be prosecution for people who do this behavior.

  But we need to figure out how we can do that most effectively.” 

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The problem has become such an issue that law enforcement agencies needed to issue a tactical alert to all units. Police have also increased patrols in areas such as Melrose and Fairfax where follow-home robbers have robbed people at gunpoint and smash-and-grab crews have broken into a Nordstrom.

Some organizations such as Melrose Action, hope to help authorities track down suspects. 

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“Instituting Advanced License Plate Recognition Camera Program up in the Melrose District in anonymous locations to try to help our law enforcement partners capture some of these bad actors,” said Melrose Action co-founder Peter Nichols. 

According to Melrose Action, the cameras they hope to install are similar to the ones found at stores and malls. 

“They operate completely independently, they’re autonomous,” said Nichols. “They don’t involve witnesses.”

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So far, the group has raised $28,000 for the camera operation and said it will begin installing cameras next week.

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I had such a rude date – he lied and made me pay for everything, but that’s not the worst part

SOMETIMES, you just know that a date is a fail from the start.

This is certainly the case for one woman who said she had an awful dating experience during which her date lied and made her pay for everything.

3A woman revealed what happened during her worst dating experience everCredit: Tiktok 3She said he made her pay for everything, but that wasn't the worst partCredit: Tiktok

The woman told her story to content creator Maz Mirzadeh, who randomly went up to her and asked her to spill the details of her worst dating experience.

She began her story by saying she and her date visited Thorpe Park, an amusement park in Surrey, England.

According to Maz, going to Thorpe Park was the first mistake on the date.

“He must have told me before the date that he drives,” the woman recalled. 

 “Now it comes to the date, he’s saying, he’s giving 10 million excuses why he can’t drive us there.”

The woman then claimed that once they met up at the metro station, the man said his card was “blocked” and therefore could not pay for the ticket.

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This also meant she paid for everything on the entire date.

“He’s choosing like the most expensive foods to get,” she explained.

“I remember we went to KFC … he chose the most expensive thing on the menu, he made it a large.

“And then I got to the payment part and he said: ‘Ah, are you not going to donate to charity?’”

Sadly, that wasn't the worst part of the date.

The woman continued on to say that her date repeatedly asked her ego-driven questions like: “Are you happy you’ve finally met me?”

She said she couldn’t wait to get away from the guy and confirmed that she never saw him again.

That was also the story for one woman whose date was so awful, she had him pull over and drop her off at a grocery store parking lot so she could get away from him.

Similarly, another person told her date she never wanted to see him again after he invited her to his office holiday party only to ignore her the entire time to hang out with another female colleague.

3The woman never saw the man againCredit: Tiktok
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