I saw Miguel’s post What’s going on?

Then I read the news article from the video of the DoorDash package thief.

WATCH: DoorDash driver in Berkeley steals packages

After the carrier completed an order Saturday night at an apartment complex in the downtown area, she was caught on camera stealing packages from the lobby, according to property management company North Berkeley Properties.

The property management company says the woman in the video is a DoorDash driver. The tenant who ordered food showed KTVU a snapshot of the DoorDash receipt for delivery from a restaurant called Udupi.

DoorDash initially denied the woman was a driver for their company. After KTVU told DoorDash about the tenant’s screenshot, they sent us the following statement:

“We take the safety of our community extremely seriously and do not tolerate any form of inappropriate behavior. Since learning of this incident, we have taken action, including permanently deactivating the Dasher from our platform for failing to follow our code of conduct, and we are working with the customer to rectify the situation.”

Notice what they did not say that they did…

Want a hint?

DoorDash has not identified its contractor to the police.

Why should they, they are a San Francisco tech company.  Clearly, the company’s management is infected with the typical Progressive anti-cop attitude.

This is not an isolated incident.

DoorDash delivery driver caught stealing package from Santa Clara complex

Again, it is seems to be the case that DoorDash is not providing information to the police.

But the important part of that video is that the “residents here are used to dealing with package thieves.”

Nobody should be used to that.

The HOA manager might want the state to make stiffer laws, but considering that they just legalized shoplifting just shy of a grand, there is no way in hell stealing razor blades and detergent from Amazon Prime will get someone a year in prison in California.

So with the tech companies refusing to cooperate and the police hamstrung by the law, and residents just watching in high-def as their property is stolen, what is left?

A package thief being caught by a resident and being taught a lesson.

Residents now know where the blind spots are in the security cameras.

If the law fails to deter crime, eventually people will take matters into their own hands.


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By J. Kb

3 thoughts on “Another step in the direction of street justice”
  1. This won’t end well for anyone, I’m afraid. But … It’s what the average voting Californian wanted.

    I am so glad I no longer live in that state. For lots of reasons.

  2. “Notice what they did not say that they did…”

    I initially thought “Fire her.” I would not expect a woke company like DoorDash to actually cooperate with law enforcement.

    But, their reputation is at stake here. If the word gets out that their drivers can steal packages without punishment, they will lose customers. Yet still. Not a word about canning her.

    Never used DoorDash, but they will never see my business until they take action on criminal drivers.

    1. Future business schools are going to use current corporate woke stupidity as an example of what not to do for generations to come.

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