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Re: Police probe suspicious death in Jersey City park
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Sunday school teacher fatally stabbed on his way to church

http://pix11.com/2018/04/15/sunday-sc ... bed-on-his-way-to-church/

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Police Investigate Jersey City Stabbing (300 Block of Newark Ave Downtown)
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Submitted by RLS Staff on Apr 4 2018 - 5:29am.


Police in Jersey City are investigating a stabbing that left a person injured in the city Tuesday.

According to preliminary reports, the victim walked into the firehouse located in the 300 block of Newark Avenue shortly before 8 p.m. seeking assistance after suffering a stab injury.

EMS transported the victim to Jersey City Medical Center where their injury was not immediately reported as life-threatening.

The motive for the stabbing is under investigation.

There were no arrests reported.

https://www.rlsmedia.com/article/polic ... gate-jersey-city-stabbing

Posted on: 4/4 8:33
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Re: Tour Helicopter Crashes Into East River Killing 5 Passengers
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Lol @ Helicopters flying through JSQ only 10 stories high in the air and "a few feet from some buildings".

What are they playing chicken with the buildings at Summit Plaza before they swoop down on the students at Dickinson during their lunch break?

Posted on: 3/16 1:42
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Re: Teacher Protests Disturbing Neighborhood
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Rumor has it from my Senior HS daughter that teachers won't be showing up for work tomorrow.

Anyone else hear this?


If the teachers strike and she goes to either Dickinson, Ferris, Lincoln or Snyder I would let her stay home that day. If she goes to Liberty or McNair she should be fine.

I was a student during the last strike the schools won't be able to hire enough substitutes to control the kids. All they will do is put all the students in Auditoriums, Gyms and Cafeterias and the kids will quickly realize they run the show until this strike is over.


Posted on: 3/16 0:36
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Re: Netflix series Seven Seconds (takes place in JC!)
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Not as good as the Killing. And if you live in JC - the locations don't make sense - which can detract from the drama. Like why would you drive through LSP to get to Bayonne hospital?

7.3/10 on IMDB is about right.


Certain things bothered me too. Like Lexington Ave saying Lexington St on the Street sign. The cops saying the projects on "Dale ave" when it's "Dales ave" and a real detective would just refered to it as Marion. They also mention a fictional projects named Riverside Projects which I didn't see the need for if they name real streets and areas for everything else.

I get why they chose Liberty State Park for the scene because of the Statue of Liberty but they should have gave better reasons the kid was biking through there and the cop was driving through.

I found interesting the idea of the gang leader being in a wheelchair it made me think of a gang member from JC killed 5 years ago. The actor playing him is from JC also.

Overall I still really liked it and wonder what season 2 will be based on since in the articles I read claim the next season they already know what it will be about and it won't be centered around the crash in season 1.

Posted on: 3/3 19:04
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Re: Netflix series Seven Seconds (takes place in JC!)
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Finished binge watching it. I really liked it, while it may not of been in JC I liked that they at least used shots of JC before and in between scenes even if they weren't in the real locations. Was also interesting seeing someone I went to high school with acting in the series knowing his real personality is nothing like his character he played.

Look forward to season two.

Posted on: 2/24 0:07
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Re: Netflix series Seven Seconds (takes place in JC!)
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I haven't finished it but it is actually pretty good so far.

Posted on: 2/23 19:23
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Re: Teacher Protests Disturbing Neighborhood
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If you think the protest alone are disturbing the neighborhood you haven't seen nothing yet. The teacher strike 20 years ago was pretty bad. I wish I could find old video footage of the news reports at the time, this article doesn't cover it as well as the reporters on the scene did back then and actually makes it sound less chaotic. Hopefully history doesn't repeat it self.

http://www.nytimes.com/1998/11/20/nyr ... hools-erupt-in-chaos.html


Posted on: 2/20 20:30
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Re: 2 stabbed in area of Jersey City mall, authorities say (Newport)
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3 stabbed after fight inside mall department store: cops
Updated 2:31 PM;
Posted 2:30 PM

By Caitlin Mota
The Jersey Journal


JERSEY CITY -- Three men were stabbed during a fight at Newport Mall on Saturday night, officials said.

All three victims suffered injuries that were not considered life threatening after the 6:30 p.m. attack, city spokeswoman Kimberly Wallace-Scalcione said in a statement.

A 20-year-old man suffered the most serious injuries and was stabbed multiple times. A 21-year-old was treated for stabbed wounds to his hands and a third victim refused medical attention. The 21-year-old was uncooperative with police, she added.

The incident appears to have been the result of a fight inside JC Penny that escalated into stabbings.

NBC New York reported the incident occurred on the first level of the store in the bedding department. Blood stains could be seen on the white floor and fixtures were out of place.

"I seen the cops running towards the store but everyone split up," Alquan Eddy told the station.

A spokesperson for JC Penny did not immediately return a request for comment. No arrests have been announced in connection with the fight.

The mall is no stranger to melees. In 2016, the mall's Easter Bunny was caught on camera fighting with a disgruntled parent. Then at Christmas time the same year a fight broke out around the Santa display.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... all_department_store.html

Posted on: 2/11 14:43
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2 stabbed in area of Jersey City mall, authorities say (Newport)
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Updated 11:30 PM;
Posted 11:23 PM

By Bill Gallo Jr. bgallo@njadvancemedia.com
For NJ.com


Two people were stabbed Saturday night around a Jersey City mall, authorities said.

The victims, described as young adults, were wounded "in or around the area of the Newport Centre mall," according to Jersey City Public Safety Press Secretary Kim Wallace-Scalcione.

Both of the victims were taken to the Jersey City Medical Center with what Wallace-Scalcione described as non-life threatening injuries.

The incident was first reported around 7:30 p.m.

She said late Saturday police were continuing to investigate what sparked the incident.

The mall is located not far from Jersey City's waterfront.

Further information was expected from police Sunday.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... ity_mall_authorities.html

Posted on: 2/10 23:55
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Re: Break-in in the Heights, help ID burglars
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I know it's likely they are still in custody so it might not be them but with bail reform who knows, but is it just me or does the last two mugshots in this article look like at least two of the three guys in the video?

The one with the big nose looks like the first guy that rings the doorbell and the one with the fat neck looks like he could be the only one not wearing sunglasses that keeps looking in the camera.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... ug_money_recovered_a.html

I don't know how to post pictures on here, if I did I would of posted them side by side for comparison to see what others on here think.

Posted on: 2/9 21:44
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Re: Break-in in the Heights, help ID burglars
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Wonder if those guys are responsible for the burglary on Manhattan ave I just posted an article about. The video looks like Terrace and Zabriskie which isn't far at all from Manhattan and Montrose.

Posted on: 2/9 19:45
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Re: Thousands Taken in Jersey City Burglary (Newport)
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Thousands in cash, jewelry stolen in 2 Jersey City burglaries: police

By Ron Zeitlinger
The Jersey Journal


A Downtown Jersey City man discovered that home was robbed of roughly $9,000 in cash and jewelry after he noticed unusual charges on his debit card, a police report said.

Police responded to the man's River Drive South home early on Feb. 8 and were told that the man noticed the unusual activity on his cards on Feb. 3. Over the course of the next four days he realized that jewelry and cash were missing, police were told.

The investigation is ongoing, police said.

Also this week, more than $5,000 in jewelry was stolen from an apartment in the Heights neighborhood, police said. The investigation into the incident on Manhattan Avenue between Summit and Montrose avenues is still under investigation.

The two burglaries are not considered related.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... len_in_2_jersey_city.html

Posted on: 2/9 19:31
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Re: Thousands Taken in Jersey City Burglary (Newport)
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Feb 8 2018 - 1:52pm

Police in Jersey City are investigating a burglary that occurred over the weekend at a residence in the city.

Authorities say officers responded to 110 River Drive South for a report of a burglary in progress.

Upon arriving at the scene, officers spoke with the 31-year-old victim who claims he noticed unusual charges to two of his debit cards on Saturday Feb. 3rd.

According to the victim, over the course of the next following days, he noticed jewelry and cash missing from his residence with an estimated total value of more than $9,000.

The the investigation remains active and ongoing.

There were no arrests reported by police.

https://www.rlsmedia.com/article/burgl ... -city-under-investigation


You don't need a pin, many stores don't require you to use one to make a purchase. You can also order stuff online.

Posted on: 2/9 19:26
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Re: Suspect Sought for Shooting That Injured One in Jersey City (JSQ)
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Cousins injured in Jersey City shooting, authorities say

Updated 9:38 AM;
Posted 9:36 AM

By Patrick Villanova
The Jersey Journal


A pair of cousins were injured in a shooting Wednesday night in Jersey City's Journal Square, authorities said.

Jersey City police responded to the area of Sip and Summit avenues around 11:30 p.m. and found a 20-year-old man with a gunshot wound to his right hand, city spokeswoman Kimberly Wallace-Scalcione said.

The victim, who was uncooperative with police, was taken to Jersey City Medical Center for treatment for the injury, which did not appear to be life-threatening, Wallace-Scalcione said.

Shortly after the 20-year-old was brought to the hospital, his cousin arrived at JCMC with a graze wound to his left hand, which he suffered in the same incident. The 24-year-old had fled the scene in Journal Square before police got there, Wallace-Scalcione said.

However, when police interviewed the second victim, he gave them a false location for the incident. Police determined the man had also been shot in the buttock in November and was uncooperative with authorities investigating that incident, Wallace-Scalcione added.

Similarly, he fled the scene of the November shooting and later surfaced as a local hospital for treatment, the spokeswoman said.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... _shooting_authoritie.html

Posted on: 2/9 10:05
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Re: Suspect Sought for Shooting That Injured One in Jersey City (JSQ)
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"Police set up a crime scene at the Burger King Restaurant"

Didn't they rip that one down a while ago? Its an empty lot now.


RLS is only breaking news for the most part so I think when it comes to shootings it's a mix of overheard police scanner conversations and police giving them bits of info. So I can easily see RLS hearing "we found a crime scene over by the old Burger King parking lot" and assuming it is a place still in business.

Someone else has a map of Jersey City shootings so far this year and has been pretty good with adding them to the map before articles get released. When you click on the JSQ shooting icon and then click the address that pops up, his info states the victim was shot in the hand and walked into the Dunkin Donuts near that location. So it's possible the location is correct of the crime scene even if the Burger King isn't still around.

https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/view ... tcIFJIxpOh1WyCs4BRtB6bMb5



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Suspect Sought for Shooting That Injured One in Jersey City (JSQ)
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Feb 8 2018 - 4:51am

Police in Jersey City are on the search for a suspect wanted for a shooting that left a person injured in Jersey City.

Reports of shots fired sent police to the 500 block of Summit Avenue at around 10:30 p.m. where they arrived to find the victim suffering a gunshot wound at that location.

Police set up a crime scene at the Burger King Restaurant where they located evidence according to preliminary reports.

EMS transported the victim to Jersey City Medical Center for treatment.

The motive for the shooting remains under investigation.

https://www.rlsmedia.com/article/suspe ... g-injured-one-jersey-city

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Thousands Taken in Jersey City Burglary (Newport)
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Feb 8 2018 - 1:52pm

Police in Jersey City are investigating a burglary that occurred over the weekend at a residence in the city.

Authorities say officers responded to 110 River Drive South for a report of a burglary in progress.

Upon arriving at the scene, officers spoke with the 31-year-old victim who claims he noticed unusual charges to two of his debit cards on Saturday Feb. 3rd.

According to the victim, over the course of the next following days, he noticed jewelry and cash missing from his residence with an estimated total value of more than $9,000.

The the investigation remains active and ongoing.

There were no arrests reported by police.

https://www.rlsmedia.com/article/burgl ... -city-under-investigation

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H.S. student lured out of family's apartment, shot to death, uncle says
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Updated 11:43 AM;
Posted 11:24 AM

By Caitlin Mota
The Jersey Journal


JERSEY CITY - An 18-year-old man was lured out of his family's apartment and shot to death Monday night, according to his uncle.

Angel Cruz was watching his three young cousins inside their Rose Avenue apartment with his girlfriend when he received a call around 9:30 p.m. from a "friend" asking for a cup of water, his uncle Raul Martinez said.

Three of the five shots fired struck the 18-year-old and he collapsed inside the hallway of the multi-family home. He died at Jersey City Medical Center early this morning, he said.

Officials have only confirmed they are investigating a fatal shooting on the block.

The victim's uncle said the suspect -- who is also a teenager -- slowly walked from the scene to disguise himself. A security camera outside the home captured the entire shooting, he said.

"That's the problem," Martinez said, as he looked for bullet holes outside of his house. "It's kids killing kids."

Cruz's girlfriend called police after the shooting and then called his uncle. Martinez was packing up a cart at Walgreens when he learned his nephew was gunned down.

Martinez said blood stained the hallway inside the two-story home, while blood could still be seen on the sidewalk outside the building more than 12 hours after the fatal shooting.

While the teen did not live at the home with his uncle, he came over for dinner a few nights a week.

The Jersey City Public Schools confirmed Cruz was enrolled as a student at Lincoln High School. The district declined to comment any further.

The section of Jersey City is considered one of the most violent. Last month a 28-year-old father was killed and three others were injured in a shooting just two blocks away.

Additional information was not immediately available. It is the second murder in Jersey City this year.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... _of_home_family_says.html

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Re: 11-year-old shot inside apartment by kids playing with a gun: official
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Teens charged in apartment shooting that injured 11-year-old boy

Updated 3:53 PM;
Posted 3:39 PM
By Caitlin Mota
The Jersey Journal



JERSEY CITY -- A pair of teenagers have been charged for their alleged roles in an accidental shooting that left an 11-year-old boy injured, officials said.

The teens were playing with a handgun inside a Marion Gardens apartment on Sunday afternoon when it "accidentally discharged," city spokeswoman Kimberly Wallace-Scalcione said.

A 15-year-old boy was charged with reckless aggravated assault and unlawful possession of a gun, while a 14-year-old boy was charged with obstruction and tampering with evidence, Wallace-Scalcione said.

Sources say the teens tried to cover up the incident and said a bullet was fired from outside the building.

The 11-year-old boy was brought to Jersey City Medical Center after the shooting with injuries described by sources as serious. Scalcione-Wallace said he is now in stable condition.

The boy has since been transferred to Hackensack University Medical Center -- which has a children's hospital -- for continued treatment. Photos show a helicopter landed at a nearby field to transport the boy around 6 p.m. Sunday night.

Adults were present inside the apartment at the time of the shooting, Wallace-Scalcione said. The teens charged in the shooting were released to their parents.

No charges have been announced against the adults who were inside the apartment. It's unclear who the weapon belonged to or how the children gained access to the gun.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... oting_that_injured_1.html

Posted on: 1/29 18:33
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11-year-old shot inside apartment by kids playing with a gun: official
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Updated Jan 28, 11:53 PM;
Posted Jan 28, 7:53 PM

By Caitlin Mota
The Jersey Journal


JERSEY CITY -- An 11-year-old boy was shot at a housing complex on Sunday afternoon by two children playing with a gun, officials said.

Sources say the shooting occurred inside a Marion Gardens apartment at about 2 p.m. and the boy was seriously injured.

City spokeswoman Kimberly Wallace-Scalcione confirmed two children were taken into custody after they were "playing with a handgun" that "accidentally discharged" in the Dales Avenue apartment.

At least one other child was also being medically treated related to the shooting, though it's unclear the extent of those injuries, sources said.

The gun was recovered from the scene, Wallace-Scalcione said.

Additional information was not immediately available.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... ment_by_kids_playing.html

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Re: Woman Found Dead in Car After Car Crash in JC
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UPDATE: 24-Year-Old Woman Killed in Jersey City Car Crash

Jan 27 2018 - 9:19pm


Hudson County authorities identified a woman killed in an early morning crash in Jersey City.

According to authorities, on Saturday, at approximately 3:00 a.m., a fatal crash occurred in the area of Newark Avenue and 7th Street in Jersey City.

Authorities said responding Jersey City Police officers found a female victim with apparent injuries from the crash.

Police identified the woman as Ms. Khalla Nguyen, 24, of Jersey City.

Medical staff on the scene pronounced Nguyen dead at the scene at approximately 3:30 a.m.

Police said Nguyen was the backseat passenger of the crashed vehicle from a 2000 Honda Accord.

The initial investigation showed that the car was traveling east on Newark Avenue when it made contact with a metal guardrail authorities said.

The car came to a stop in the middle of Newark Avenue, near 7th Street.

The Hudson County Regional Fatal Collision Unit is investigating this crash and the role of the other occupants of the crashed vehicle.

Anyone with information about the crash is asked to contact law enforcement at 201-915-1345 or to leave an anonymous tip on the Hudson County.

Prosecutor’s official website at: http://www.hudsoncountyprosecutorsofficenj.org/homicide-tip/ . All information will be kept confidential


https://www.rlsmedia.com/article/updat ... n-killed-jersey-car-crash

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Re: Woman Found Dead in Car After Car Crash in JC
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Quote:

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Late Friday night /Saturday morning -- I wonder if they were coming from a Downtown Bar...


Doubt it, the car was facing East in the video like they came down Dickinson hill heading into Downtown not leaving it.

http://abc7ny.com/woman-found-dead-in ... r-in-jersey-city/2995659/

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Re: JC Cop Drama on Netflix - Filmed In...Mount Vernon!
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Found the full version of the trailer





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Re: JC Cop Drama on Netflix - Filmed In...Mount Vernon!
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Starts on Netflix February 23rd. I hope it's good the trailer doesn't give much away at all. Gives me another show to binge watch on my free time.





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Re: Big crime scene on JFK near JSQ?
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Sad, from what I heard the victim hit was deaf and if it's true they were going 100mph that means he never even saw or heard it coming.

Posted on: 1/23 17:11
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Re: JC Heights shooting on Sherman Ave and Ferry street
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I'm having a hard time believing this story especially the eight shot on Manhattan Ave. and nothing in the newspaper. The OP is a newbie to this site so not sure of his credibility. I'll ask the captain at the Captain's Meeting next week on Wednesday.

I read what they wrote different. I took what they were saying as the shooting started on Sherman ave and later continued again on Manhattan ave where at least 8 more shots were let off and they heard at least 15 shell casings in total were picked up from both scenes.

If no one was hit it isn't uncommon at all for it not to make the news. Most shootings without a gunshot victim don't get covered.

If they really meant 8 people were shot I would have a hard time believing that also.

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Re: Legal Weed Is Coming to New Jersey
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We have restaurant row for Newark ave next we need Cannabis row for JSQ.

Downtown can have the food and alcohol while JSQ can have the weed and entertainment. Wouldn't it be great to have comedy clubs, billiards, arcades, concerts (Loews Theater), indoor skydiving, wave runners, trampoline parks, laser tag etc all in one place?

Jersey City needs to take advantage of this and set it up to bring in the tourist from NYC and the burbs that would flock to something like that before NYC speeds the process up to do the same once they see how successful it is and how much money they are losing out on.


So no one for a Cannabis Row in JSQ with entertainment? Lol


LOL it seems like you are on to something! It could be called .... Xanadu!

This litterally made me laugh out loud.

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Re: Legal Weed Is Coming to New Jersey
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We have restaurant row for Newark ave next we need Cannabis row for JSQ.

Downtown can have the food and alcohol while JSQ can have the weed and entertainment. Wouldn't it be great to have comedy clubs, billiards, arcades, concerts (Loews Theater), indoor skydiving, wave runners, trampoline parks, laser tag etc all in one place?

Jersey City needs to take advantage of this and set it up to bring in the tourist from NYC and the burbs that would flock to something like that before NYC speeds the process up to do the same once they see how successful it is and how much money they are losing out on.



So no one for a Cannabis Row in JSQ with entertainment? Lol

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Re: Man shot dead on Brunswick St in Downtown 1/1/18
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Speaking of crime statistics, for 2017, as of 12/28:

20 homicides (down from 24 the previous year)

Non-fatal: 105 incidents with 125 victims (about the same as last year -- 106 incidents, 135 victims)

Small drops in assaults, robberies

Moderate increase (17% in burglaries)

Sexual assaults are up (though this may be due to more people reporting assaults, as one might imagine based on this year's events)

While is is no comfort to the individual victims, it's a small improvement over last year.
http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... structuring_are_2017.html

"Last year, the city provided grossly under-reported numbers of nonfatal shootings to The Jersey Journal in a year-end meeting. In January, city officials said there were 80 shooting incidents in 2016 compared to 69 in 2015."

I wonder if they are under reporting the shootings this year as well. I believe crime in general will continue to decline but I want to see more done about the shootings. That report came out before the year was finished and I know of at least 3 separate incidents with gunshot victims that didn't make that list. That report just shows shooting incidents have rose 3 years in a row like I been saying on here.

While I am glad to see homicides down, letting the shootings continue even if less people are being killed increases the likely hood of some "well respected" gang leader being killed eventually starting an even bigger chain of retaliation on the streets. Notice the number of shooting have increased in the morning, afternoon and early evening in the last couple years. The saying nothing good happens after 10pm hasn't been able to apply to shootings lately.

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