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RE: [MPD-5D] loitering at 7-11

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  • Catina Perkins
    The guy in the fatigues is supposed to be their security guard. Sometimes he has on fatigues and other times he dressed in the blue uniform type outfit. Yes,
    Message 1 of 10 , Jul 19, 2005
      The guy in the fatigues is supposed to be their security guard.  Sometimes he has on fatigues and other times he dressed in the blue uniform type outfit.  Yes, I have to agree; the presence of the police is welcoming and they are doing a great job.  I wish we could utilize the  recreation center for more  community events.  Maybe a meet and greet your new neighbors.
      -----Original Message-----
      From: MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com [mailto:MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of slycalls
      Sent: Tuesday, July 19, 2005 2:26 PM
      To: MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [MPD-5D] loitering at 7-11

      Not only is is younger crowd, but how about just the general
      loitering at all hours of the day and night?  Right now, there is a
      tall African-American male that usually has a set of headphones on
      and is wearing either some kind of security uniform or fatigues. 
      I've seen him pacing outside the 7-11 at all times of the day and
      night.  And there are still the beggars and the prostitutes that hang
      around the parking lot.  I have noticed that the police presence in
      our area has increased and we do appreciate it.  Please keep it up!

      --- In MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com, Catina Perkins <cperkins@n...> wrote:
      > Have anyone noticed the growing young crowd outside of the 7-eleven
      on 20th
      > and Rhode Island.  I tried to call them on the phone and they are
      not even
      > listed as a business.  ummmm......
      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: Medoro, Anthony (MPD) [mailto:MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com] On
      Behalf Of
      > Medoro, Anthony (MPD)
      > Sent: Saturday, July 09, 2005 2:31 PM
      > To: MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: RE: [MPD-5D] Re: fireworks in DC
      > Regina James recently forwarded and posted an excerpt on the law
      > fireworks.  I believe the ones you saw were legal ones (sparklers,
      > fountains, etc).  To date, fireworks to some extent are legal in the
      > District.  Citizens who choose to use them are susceptible to civil
      > possible criminal penalties for their misuse. 

      > Lt. Medoro
      >   _____ 
      > From: MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com on behalf of vivaldi1787
      > Sent: Fri 7/8/2005 3:07 PM
      > To: MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: [MPD-5D] Re: fireworks in DC
      > I thought the street fireworks were wonderful.  Crowds of people
      > lighting them everywhere as I drove north on North Capitol Street. 
      > went out on my roof and looked across the city and saw every sort of
      > fireworks launched into the sky, some of them quite large.
      > The fireworks ban obviously is not being enforced and should be
      > repealed immediately.  If the City was serious about the ban, all
      > officers had to do was drive through the city with several large
      > holding vehicles and herd hundreds of people into the vehicles for
      > processing.  If any property is damaged by fireworks, then those
      > people should be charged under the relevant property damage laws. 
      > the laws are only being enforced sporatically or not at all,
      > individuals who were under the impression that the law does not even
      > exist because it is never enforced can be singled out with impunity
      > by
      > officers who hold grudges.  Unenforced laws are dangerous to liberty
      > and should be repealed.
      > KJH
      > --- In MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com, "slycalls" <slycalls@y...> wrote:
      > > The lighting of fireworks was ridiculous in the area of 20th
      > &
      > > Rhode Island Avenue last night. I had teens lighting fireworks
      > around
      > > my house that lived nowhere near the area. I know the police can't
      > be
      > > everywhere and it was a holiday where folks usually light
      > but
      > > they are illegal in DC, right?  So what can we as citizens do to
      > not
      > > only crack down on the fireworks but also change the laws to stop
      > > selling fireworks in DC?
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