Outbreak City News499 views | March 8, 2012 11:37 am EST by
Horror and shock bestow the residents of what is now becoming known as “Outbreak City”. As we enter the second month of violence and fear from what can only be called a complete city takeover, the authorities do nothing to stop the on shed of violence. And all that citizens can do is lock their doors and hope that they won’t be the next target.
“It’s terrible, no one can sleep safely any longer,” says Mr J. Thompson, local retired teacher. “Last week alone three houses along my street were broken into, I have a wife and three children, I don’t know what to do.”
The main attacks appear to be from the route cause gang 'Redemption' where the larger criminals converge. Coercions seem to be springing up over the city and money seems to be pouring from the economy to these outside sources. Other major gangs include lot lizards run by infamous Phil McCracken a dangerous wanted criminal, and also there is rising menace from The Faceless Assassins a gang run by a man who goes by the name evilbobsta. These gangs are tearing apart this once peaceful residence, putting down anyone who stands up to them.
How much longer can the people of “Outbreak City” continue to hold out against this oncoming slaughter before someone is seriously hurt?
One criminal known to many as Steppo25, was recently apprehended by police after breaking and entering onto the property of a one Alfred Desmes. When Steppo broke in he happened to trip on a wire and woke Mr. Desmes. A small scuffle broke out but before Steppo could run he was intercepted by police, it seemed like a small victory but it wasn’t to last. Not even spending one night in jail before he was sprung by his known friend and accomplice TopSideXZ, these two are both known to be under the control of evilbobsta and together run The Faceless Assassins gang.
If you see any of these people we urge you NOT to intervene, they are incredibly dangerous and have been seen to carry weapons. Please contact the police and stay away from danger, this is a crisis.