Ventura County Resident Charged with Hate Crime

Kyle Davis (DOB 08/16/85), of Thousand Oaks, has been charged with vandalism, assault, and hate crimes which occurred in September 2020 and April 2021. 

On September 12, 2020, in Thousand Oaks, Davis approached an 18-year-old Hispanic female standing on a street corner with a sign that read “BLM.” Davis threatened the victim, grabbed the sign from her hand, and ripped it apart. 

On April 3, 2021, in Camarillo, a 70-year-old African American male was driving in his vehicle with “Black Lives Matter” painted in large letters across the rear window. Davis drove up next to the victim’s vehicle, yelled racial slurs, and threw an object that hit the victim’s vehicle. 

Davis is scheduled to be arraigned on April 19, 2021, at 9:00 a.m. in courtroom 36 of the Ventura County Superior Court.

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Dotty Pringle

Entitlement Crimes!

Chris Cheehan

This is hilarious. The only way this could be a hate crime would be if BLM activists who destroyed property and defaced cars last year in Ventura County were also charged with hate crimes. They weren’t. In every case they were detained, and then released with no charges. Our legal system has become a comedy of virtue signaling

Bob Lymon

Chris, the first step is for you to admit you are a bigot. Then try to get some help.

Mike Smith

If Chris Cheehan’s claims are true, would that not make you the political bigot here, Bob Lymon?

Try arguing facts, not lobbing a one-word dismissal behind a comfy keyboard and screen. ‘Hit-and-quit’ name calling is weak.