LOOMIS — Three teenagers from a Loomis group residence, who have been accused of brutally attacking their caregiver, severing his finger and stealing his truck, are nonetheless at giant.
Within the early morning hours Tuesday, the youngsters viciously assaulted their caregiver, a person in his 20s. The Placer County Sheriff’s Workplace says the person was crushed and dragged at a Koinonia Group Residence for troubled teenagers in Loomis. His accidents have been extreme, however not life-threatening.
The sufferer’s mom informed FOX40 her son was nonetheless recovering from the assault, however he was wanting ahead to going again to work.
“We liked these boys,” she stated. “I’ve volunteered for Koinonia for nearly 14 years, so this results the household. We additionally need them prosecuted to the complete extent.”
The three haven’t been caught and twice on Thursday eluded CHP officers throughout a excessive-velocity chase in Santa Cruz and Salinas. The teenagers have been nonetheless driving the silver, 4-door Toyota Tacoma pickup truck they stole Tuesday.
Contained in the truck have been the keys, tackle and storage door opener to the sufferer’s house that he shares together with his mother and father.
“We have been altering locks and securing the home,” the mom stated.
The Koinonia Group House the place the assault occurred is a extremely supervised however unlocked facility. It serves as a remedy middle for substance abuse and psychological well being.
All three suspects have felony arrest warrants out for his or her apprehension.
FOX40 reached out to Koinonia Household Providers Friday night time for remark however they didn’t return the calls.
When you have any info on the three teenagers you’re urged to name the Placer County Sheriff’s Workplace.