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Burglarized LA Business Owner Realizes He Made A Mistake In His Voting Pattern

A Los Angeles, California business owner admits he made terrible mistakes with his voting pattern after being burglarized by at least 15 people. Glassell Park Construction and Electronics Company in North San Fernando was hit by a large group of thieves at around 5 in the morning. The criminals used a blue Kia Soul that was stolen from a police impound yard to smash down the gates of the business. Once inside, they stole expensive tools and musical equipment that the owner and his friends had stored at the property. This is not the first time the business has been hit. Nor is it the first rodeo for neighboring establishments. This behavior has been going on for years.

The business owner, Ryan Baggaley, spoke to local news and vented his frustration with the repeated criminal behavior in the neighborhood. He said they caused $100,000 in damage and such a bill is difficult and maybe even impossible to afford. In a shocking moment, Baggaley says that he voted for Mayor Karen Bass, Governor Gavin Newsom, and President Joe Biden. He is showing signs of regret, saying that they need to show reasons why they should continue to receive his vote.

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L.A. County business owner frustrated at repeated break-ins | KTLA

Thieves smash thru gate with minivan, steal from LA business – YouTube

MarlaTellez on X: “Another brazen break-in caught on camera. Another L.A. business owner fed up: “I voted for Karen Bass. I voted for Biden. I voted for Gavin Newsom. I’m sick of it. At some point you have to give me a reason to vote for you again.” @FOXLA https://t.co/EKGtDE5rb6” / X

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