While this video journalist presented what he saw, there is, of course, the complete story included below.

Video journalist and reporter Austin Dave shared the intense moments Santa Clarita police officers detained a handful of suspects driving and riding in a newer model Chevrolet Camaro that came up stolen earlier yesterday (Dec. 24,2020.) The felony traffic stop wouldn’t have been so heated except the driver of the alleged stolen Camaro was stopped right outside where he lived with his Mom and sister witness to the police activity unfolding before their eyes. After seeing several police cars and Santa Clarita police officers roll up on her son in the stolen vehicle with guns drawn, naturally, she exited her apartment and placed herself in the middle of the detention with dog and daughter in tow.

It was later revealed that not only was her son in the vehicle, but her husband, too. The Chevrolet Camaro was, in fact, not stolen, but was a rental they were enjoying, and was out for repo because the rental agency did not do their due diligence and keep up with payments.

Check out the confrontation between Mom and police officers below. Just in case the video below is gone, someone uploaded a mirror here.

And here’s where it all went down on Google Maps.

As Dave’s post goes through, Santa Clarita police initially weren’t in the area looking for this Camaro but were on the lookout for a more expensive Tesla in the area also reported stolen. The Camaro just happened to also be in the area, too, popping up in their system as out for repo.

According to Dave,

Before audible callouts could be made to the passenger, an older woman and the young woman exited the home and approached the car with a dog.

Their presence paused the gunpoint detention as they crossed into the line of fire. After a series of yelling, the women approached the vehicle against orders from the deputies to return to the inside of the home.

As you can hear in the video, the Mom did not have the kindest words towards the police officers.

Shortly after Santa Clarita police make their detentions, we can hear the officers on scene confront the Mom, addressing her concerns.

The Mom was having none of it.

“Look at the scene you f***ing caused! Well, fu**ing take the car. Go, Go. Get out of my f***ing face. Get the f*** out of here now. Get the f*** out of here now.”

“I don’t give a sh** about your investigation. Get the fu** with your investigation and get out of my f***ing face.”

Dave goes onto report Santa Clarita police eventually found the stolen Tesla and suspects.

As for the occupants in this Camaro, according to Dave on Twitter, the incident is still under investigation.

The unofficial truth from the other side.

In the background you can see the sister taking video as evidence. She later uploaded this video along with an explanation of what happened on Tik Tok. Although it looks like Tik Tok removed the first video, her explanation is still up. Just in case that video goes down, there’s a mirror here.

@celeste.abby

please i hope this lands in gen z hands. #acab #help #stopthehate these accusation are hurtful and landed in racist hands. pt 2 up

♬ original sound – Celeste.abby

“Yesterday afternoon, my dad, brother and his friend were arrested because cops had thought they were in a stolen vehicle. These accusations are not only false, but it uploaded them for our entire hometown to see. This “journalist” uploaded a video of the way my mother and I responded. He made us look crazy, deranged, mad, and awful.

While coincidentally making SCV Sherriffs look magnificent even though they were holding six guns to two innocent young boys and my Dad who were not driving a stolen vehicle. These comments are full of hate and racist people who do not know the full story are saying disgusting things about my entire family.

Accusing my little brother of stealing that car and slandering our family name in the hometown we grew up in, all to make these amazing cops look better.

Other comments on twitter corroborate and better explain the other side of the story.

Since this video’s been up, it’s garnered over a million views, thousands of shares, and close to 10,000 comments. It looks like the Mom’s feisty attitude is the principal subject in the comments.

The top comment from Heather Sinclair reads,

“That lady is out of control!! I would never allow my son to witness such disrespect for authorities doing their jobs. Her actions and behavior is no model behavior for her kids. She could have caused that dog to become aggressive by her stressful behavior and loud voice. Great job deputies. You handled that very well !!!”

Even popular Facebook page News Source LA put in their .02.

“Wow, Mother of the year award. Unbelievable.”

While the way she carried out herself wasn’t exactly a model of decorum, can we really blame a Mother wanting to protect her son?

And, now that we know the other side of the story, this Mom’s actions are entirely justified considering she was only trying to protect her son and husband.

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27 COMMENTS

  1. She was out of control and her son was a little ‘b#$#” who according to another report was arrested on weapons charges. Do we have an update as to whether the car was stolen or not?

    • I updated the post with a Tik Tok video from the sister. The Camaro was apparently a rental, the rental agency not keeping up with payments earmarking the car for repo.

      • Funny how no one, here, is looking at the sloppy car rental company as the culrpit. There’s only hundreds of people with this same ****ing problem, and class action lawsuits currently against the car companies. Way to prop your blind Corporatism, in your OMG Blog. Mega simp **** here.

    • Her son is a little ‘b#$#’ and you’re repeating rumors from “another report” but the reality I submit that the police pointing rifles at children are the b***hes.
      The rental company didn’t want to make their payments, and that doesn’t make children criminals or other names you want to call them.
      You are a disgusting person.

      • It’s amazing that a rental car company does not make there payments!! As a result whoever they make there payments too reported the car stolen! Wow shady businesses all of them. But on one hand I do believe the police over police ok, they are trained to shoot and kill right away and that I’d a problem, but on the other hand the car was reported stolen. The family driving the car appears to be the victims actually but because of the rental car company. The bigger problem here is the way the police are trained.

        • I’m an attorney and I have to check up on California law. But something here doesn’t add up. It’s not a crime to stop paying on a vehicle loan. And while the police do indeed get notified when cars are out for “repossession” (because of the sensitive “breach of the peace” issues that can accompany such), it is NOT the cops responsibility to help banks repossess their collateral. That’s a private civil matter.

          • I remember hearing that the father, son, and friend team stole the car at knife point from a woman. So, yah there’s a ton of stuff flying around. Still, there’s no reason for them to act this way.

          • And by “them” I do NOT mean the cops.
            If I had guns pointed at me for no reason I’d be freaked out and asking what is going on, not trying to act all “tough” and antagonize them more.

    • I agree, and they could have charged her with obstruction, I really believe they would have actually arrested and charged her if she was

      • What’s funny is if you read other articles or anything other than “tiremeetsroad” (lmfao) then you’d see that they were investigating the video to attempt to charge her with obstruction.

        The literal only evidence of this being a repo is one of the crazy family members posting a tik tok saying it was lol. None of it makes sense “from the other side”.

  2. No it’s not a woman’s place to defend her son and husband. As you can see her emotions did get the best of her. Let the men handle the situation calmly. No need for a barking poodle to escalate and cause chaos.

  3. You miss one crucial part of the story. The car my have had been marked for repossession but that wouldn’t show up in any system police have. As a dispatcher, I can tell you the only way a rental car comes up in the system is if the legal owner reports it as stolen. Why cops run the plates, they are just given a hit saying the car is stolen. They are not given details of the theft itself. So that being the case, these cops got a hit on a stolen car and have no idea the ages of those people in it. Mom was just making the situation worse for everyone by escalating it.

    • Yes the legal owner, which would be the rental company, or perhaps the bank that wants to repossess the car, must have reported it stolen. Cops don’t help banks repossess cars, or at least they aren’t supposed to. That’s a private civil matter.

  4. “While the way she carried out herself wasn’t exactly a model of decorum, can we really blame a Mother wanting to protect her son?”

    She wasn’t trying to protect him though. She was trying to tell the cops off and interfere with their arrest. Cops don’t have to listen to upset moms yell about their children’s innocence. It’s amazing how many dumb people there are these days that seem to think they can just yell at a cop and he will just not arrest them or someone else, despite the plethora of video footage of arrests showing how that NEVER works. This comment justifying the mom’s behavior is terrible on your part. She was being a terrible parent and a terrible human being. How was it “protecting” her much larger son by cussing the cops out? She was setting a terrible example, embarrassed herself and her entire family and was being a SERIOUS b***h.

    To the equally dumb commenters on here, let me explain something to you: When police get a stolen car alert, it is VERY routine for them to pull the suspects out of the car at gunpoint. This is because car thieves can be extremely dangerous, and often are armed. If the repo thing was true, they had no idea about that. They do not know who the passengers are or their ages. They are going into a situation blind. The guns and the number of cops present at the scene were all not only completely justified but routine. You can watch cop shows where they do this exact same thing.

  5. I’m not buying the daughter’s story for one simple reason. The Mom would have been screaming “the car is a rental” the car is a rental” at the top of her lungs if their story was true. The arrested kid said nothing about the rental or that his Dad was in the car previously. His comments were nothing but poseur gang BS, trying to look hard in front of “the Man”. The story makes NO SENSE. No comment on the women’s parental skills, the video speaks for itself.

  6. I’m not buying the daughter’s story for one simple reason. The Mom would have been screaming “the car is a rental” the car is a rental” at the top of her lungs if their story was true. The arrested kid said nothing about the rental or that his Dad was in the car previously. His comments were nothing but poseur gang BS, trying to look hard in front of “the Man”. The story makes NO SENSE. No comment on the women’s parental skills, the video speaks for itself.

    • They weren’t saying WHY they were arresting them so why would she even think to say that all they said was get back in the house. Everyone was clueless as to why this was all happening.
      Did u listen to the audio or just view the video?

  7. Hertz is facing a class action lawsuit as customers claim Hertz falsely reported vehicles that they were renting as stolen, causing them to face legal trouble. Plaintiffs are reported asking for roughly $530 million in damages aimed at recovering days spent in prison, reputation damage, credit repair, expungement and days of prosecution. Source: WSMV News4.

  8. No way the mothers actions were in any way “justified” she nearly got herself and her kid killed. If this had all gone down in a different kind of neighborhood it very likely would have turned tragic.

  9. this Mom’s actions are entirely justified considering \

    uhh, no it wasn’t. Just because the cops were wrong she almost killed her son? Figure it later after the guns are put away stupid. It’s like you don’t know how dumb cops are or something.

  10. I have never seen a tinted cover on a RENTAL CAR license plate like this Camaro had. And as someone else noted, cars set for repossession for non payment do NOT show up in the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System, also known as CLETS. Stolen vehicles will, but not a repo. And someone alluded to Hertz, please show me a single Hertz rental vehicle with a tinted cover on the license plate. You can’t because they are illegal in California and most other states. No rental company would put something like that on a vehicle.

  11. “While the way she carried out herself wasn’t exactly a model of decorum, can we really blame a Mother wanting to protect her son?

    And, now that we know the other side of the story, this Mom’s actions are entirely justified considering she was only trying to protect her son and husband.”

    Uh…no offense, but you sound like a friend of the family. That mom had the foulest mouth I’ve heard in a long time. And did you hear the son? Her sweet little Angel had a mouth as foul as hers, plus he ignored what the cops told him to do (hands up, face away). I wouldn’t doubt if he’s had everything given to him without issue. He was likely never told no.

    I just saw this video on YouTube and I had to find out what happened. I hope he faced some jail time, even a little detention behind bars, while the cops figured what was going on.

    I’m glad the family was embarrassed. The mom and son acted most embarrassing. No one forced them to swear and lash out. That’s all on them. I’m just glad the dog didn’t act up and end up getting shot.

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