treated its employees differently from other crime victims? More questions loomed. Forster and Rostami wondered if the officer who answered their call treated all crime victims the same way. When Rostami,, who admits she was hysterical, tried to describe what had happened, she says the officer told her to shut up and get in the car. Both said the officer did not record any names of witnesses who stopped to help. Rostami said the officer told them the attackers were "probably juveniles anyway. What are we going to do? Find their parents and tell them?" The officer pointed to public housing in the area and said large groups of teenagers look for trouble on the weekends. "It’s what they do,," he told Forster. Could that be true? Could violent mobs of teens be so commonplace in Norfolk that police and victims have no recourse? Police spokesman Chris Amos said officers often respond to reports of crowds fighting; sirens are usually enough to disperse the group. On that night, he said,, a report of
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