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Re: Guns seized during eight arrests over five-day period in Greenville
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Oh yeah!!! I forgot about Rachel, the wonderful woman with the revolver who likes to use it for parking purposes.

Is there a GUN store on MLK Blvd that sells to anyone interested?

JUST SICK OF THIS SH..!

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...feel free to arrest anyone named Malik or Deshawn, chances are they are armed!....


Straight up racist?[/quote]

Yup. The first arrest mentioned was of someone named Rachel -jcboyz didn't mention that name. I wonder why.

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Too bad this is not the norm for JCPD... I guess now that election time is coming up they want to look busy... Keep it up!

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...feel free to arrest anyone named Malik or Deshawn, chances are they are armed!....


Straight up racist?

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GREAT JOB JCPD!!!!!!! For future reference, feel free to arrest anyone named Malik or Deshawn, chances are they are armed!

Hopefully they will be gone for a long time....

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Jersey City police say guns were seized during eight arrests over five-day period in Greenville
Published: Friday, January 13, 2012, 3:00 AM
By Charles Hack/The Jersey Journal

Tuesday’s arrest of a 22-year-old cyclist in Greenville capped off a busy five-day period for police, who made eight gun-related arrests and recovered seven weapons, authorities said.

The five-day span of gun-related arrests ended on Tuesday when Deshawn Farrior, 22, of Park Street, was nabbed after cops were called to Arlington and Claremont avenues on reports of shots fired, reports said.

When cops cornered Farrior, who fled the scene on a bicycle, he reached into his pocket for a 9 mm handgun loaded with hollow-point bullets, police said.

The first of the eight arrests was last Thursday afternoon, when Rachel Guidry, 39, of Paterson Plank Road, allegedly pointed a revolver at a man while screaming, “You better move!” during a dispute over a parking space at Bowers Street and Central Avenue, reports said. She was charged with aggravated assault.
At 5:42 p.m. the same day, police collared a 17-year-old Oak Street boy after seeing him pull a handgun from his waistband and toss it in an alley on Monticello Avenue. The boy was charged with multiple weapons offenses and resisting arrest after struggling with the officers.

Last Friday morning, police arrested Roben Burden, 31, of Brinkerhoff Street, and Jermaine Copeland, 38, of Fairview Avenue.

Cops say they spotted the handle of a loaded Smith and Wesson revolver protruding from under the driver’s seat of a Chevrolet Suburban the two were driving in. Police had stopped them for having fictitious license plates at 1:47 a.m.”

”Police also reported 33 bags of heroin and $760 of cash were recovered from the vehicle.

At 6:38 a.m. Friday, police arrested suspected Bloods gang member Lagarion Grant, 31, of Fulton Avenue, after he fled from a group of men standing at Ocean Avenue and Wegman Parkway.

Two K-9 police dogs led cops to a loaded Kel-Tec handgun that Grant had allegedly dumped at Stegman Street and Garfield Avenue, and to Grant himself, who was hiding under a bed in a shed on Bidwell Avenue, according to police.

Grant was charged with weapons possession, drug possession and aggravated assault of both a police officer and one of the police dogs that found him.

That same night at 10:30 p.m., police arrested Jersey City residents Dante J. Brown, 20, and Malik J. Holloway, 19, on drug and weapons charges. Brown was found in possession of a semiautomatic rifle and Holloway semiautomatic handgun.

Police recovered another handgun from a stolen car on Jan. 7, reports said.

Posted on: 2012/1/13 9:59
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