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When Riverside County sheriff’s deputies entered the Perris house where a married couple was said to be holding their 13 children captive, they found a horrific scene.
On Tuesday, Fellows, commander of the sheriff’s Perris station, said the girl escaped from a window in the house and called 911 from a deactivated cellphone. A 17-year-old girl called 911 early Sunday, saying she had escaped from her family’s home, where her parents had been holding her captive, authorities said.
At least five buses used to transport Apple employees to the company’s headquarters have had their windows smashed by what is suspected to be pellet guns during the last week.
The buses have become symbols of gentrification and the perception that the tech sector is responsible for pushing up housing prices in the city making it unaffordable for those without six-figure salaries.