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On any given day, videos have been uploaded to the Internet documenting the violence on Los Angeles ’famous Venice beach – the homeless people who set up tents there.

In a video posted on the Internet on Friday, a homeless man is seen attacking an unidentified man and woman as they sit on the floor near the boardwalk – other people walking without interference.

Concerns from neighborhood residents, business owners and law enforcement have increased since the tents on the beach were set up in a matter of months and quality of life problems plagued the region.

Last week, he was found dead in a tent across the beach counter – known as the Ocean Front Walk – and another man, also homeless, was arrested in the murder.

The Los Angeles mother was arrested after a 3-year-old boy was found dead inside the home

Los Angeles police Dertmenti told Acesparks he was unaware of the incident.

Another video shows a man being arrested by police on the beach before being put on a stretcher. The user who posted the footage said the incident happened after a random attack near the board. LAPD did not respond to a Acesparks inquiry on the incident.

In a video posted on YouTube TonyVeraNews, a man interviewed, claims that the attacker broke his fishing rod and punched him in the abdomen.

“This guy was having a mental health episode and he basically attacked me and beat me up on the beach,” she said. “It wasn’t more serious but more nervous until he broke my fishing rod, and I was like, ‘Well, now he has a gun in his hand.’

Attacks and looting are on the rise

Officials did not have exact data on Friday, but by the end of May, the number of suspected homeless attacks in Venice this year had risen by 132 percent and the number of homeless victims by 126 percent.

Robberies involving homeless people increased by 1,100 percent, and robberies suspected of homelessness increased by 160 percent. Overall, arrests for serious crimes in Venice have increased by 81 percent, according to LAPD, which is available on Acesparks.

Since the exit of Venice’s beach residence, officials have reported shootings, arson, attacks and harassment. Some residents have previously told Acesparks that they refused to go to the beach after certain times or at all.

In response, Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva separated deputies with the Dertment Homeless Services Group to address the homeless problem in Venice. Last month, he asked district officials to declare a state of emergency in response.

Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva spoke at a Aug. 12, 2020, press conference in Los Angeles.  (Getty Images)

Los Angeles-Region transportation will no longer put the nation in a bad position, the report said

A man was attacked on Venice beach over the weekend.  A homeless man living in the area has been arrested, police say.  (Los Angeles Police Document)

Earlier this week, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said he wanted to avoid a confrontation with the sheriff over the homeless issue.

“I’m not going to meet the sheriff, I’m going to meet him here,” Garcetti said in Venice on Tuesday. “If he doesn’t want to hold press conferences, but he wants to get results, we put in more people yesterday than he did during the week. And one thing he could ask, where was he? It’s throwing rocks around. not about. “

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti speaks at a news conference in Los Angeles, May 24, 2021.  (Associated Press)

Cruel attack

Two weeks before Sharif’s request, a business owner in Venice brutally assaulted a security guard at his home after he told a security guard at his store that he could not drink alcohol at home and stabbed him inside the bottle.

On April 14, 2021, as the coronavirus epidemic continued on Venice Beach in Los Angeles, a homeless shelter was riding a bicycle.  (Reuters)

“Today in Venice, we are totally ourselves,” Bob Carlson told a news conference on June 21st. “You won’t understand how much the police need you until you’re there. Until they’re prevented from doing their job. Thank God the sheriff is ready to intervene.”

“In the absence of the police, you don’t understand how much they need you.”

– Bob Carlson, a business owner off the coast of Venice

Later that day, the Los Angeles City Council voted to develop new rules to prevent homeless people from camping in certain public places. As of Thursday, 74 people had been evacuated in an effort to clean up Venice’s residences, Los Angeles City Council member Mike Bonin wrote on Twitter.

Acesparks contacted Bonin’s office in connection with the initiative, but did not report it.

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