Aaron said he and four friends left church on Sunday and went to the retail giant to buy snacks. The teens said once they were inside, they saw a separate group of Black men steal iPhones from a display case and run out of the store. But when the teens approached the exit, they said Target employees had blocked it with shopping carts. Aaron said one of the deputies slapped the phone out of his hand when he tried to start recording the situation. The teens were eventually released.
Surveillance video shows woman attack 'innocent' 14-year-old Black teen: NYPD
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On Saturday, December 26, the woman in this video falsely accused an innocent year-old teenager of stealing her cellphone. She then proceeded to physically attack him and fled the location before police officers arrived on scene. Keyon Harrold and his son -- along with mother Kat Harrold and attorney Ben Crump -- speak out after they say a woman attacked the Black year-old, accusing him of stealing her phone.
Jazz musician Kenyon Harrold shared a now-viral video over the weekend of a physical altercation with a woman who said that his year-old son had stolen her cellphone. The minute-long video shows a woman accusing the boy of holding her cellphone when he was holding his own phone in the lobby of a New York City hotel. The woman can be seen repeatedly urging a hotel manager to grab the phone. As the father and son walk away in the video, the woman can be heard yelling "I'm not letting him walk away with my phone" before grabbing Harrold. Harrold said in the caption of the video that the woman, whom he did not name, scratched him and tackled and grabbed his son.