Riding Along With Erie Police
June 4, 2014 - box office
Recent shootings and other crime has brought an additional military participation in some neighborhoods. The increasing Erie military patrols have been on a city streets for about a month and a half.It might be too shortly to contend they’ve done a disproportion yet officers are carefree their participation in a some-more uneasy neighborhoods will compensate off.
To find out Elizabeth D’Aurora rode along with dual Erie military hit organisation officers on Saturday. Those officers Lt. Jon Nolan and Steve Deluca have a total 34 years knowledge on a Erie military department.
In low-profile black military cars 8 hit officers float by what they contend are a many uneasy areas. Those uneasy areas Include East 8th and Wayne Streets and 24th and Reed Streets.
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Saturday night yet was comparatively still during a float along It started with a organisation of kids unresolved out on a dilemma of Fifth and Sassafras Streets that officers Nolan and Deluca told to pierce along. As a night went on they done a few trade stops and on one they found pot on a driver.
Chief Randy Bowers started a additional patrols again following a swell in gun crime. The purpose of a additional patrols is to cut down on gun crimes and keep groups from gathering