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Three teens arrested for assault at Mobil station

Four teens in a black Lamborghini SUV were jumped and beaten by three other teens at the Mobil gas station at Woodward and Oak Street in Birmingham on Saturday, June 1, with police arresting the three assailants for assault and obstructing police.

Birmingham police were dispatched to the Mobil station at 11:45 p.m., where the three suspects initially stated that they were in the gas station when three males entered the store and “jumped” them, but said they did not know who attacked them, or why and just wanted to go home. One suspect had a large blood stain on his left shoe and blood on his cheek and lip. They all gave the officer false names.

Police contacted the owner of the Mobil station to review video surveillance footage, which revealed the three teens had entered the gas station parking lot from Old Woodward, and approached a black Lamborghini where a male was standing at a pump and a back passenger door was open. Two of the teens are seen throwing a punch with their right hands through the driver's window, and one attempted to pull the driver out of the vehicle through the window.

The video shows seven males engaging in a fight while a trash can lid was thrown around. The driver of the Lamborghini and his passengers got back in the vehicle and left, but not before one of the other teens threw the trash can lid at the vehicle, causing damage to the left passenger door.

All three teens were placed under arrest and taken to the Birmingham police jail, and they admitted to lying about their names. They were released to their parents.


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