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cgbudde;42646 Wrote:All true, but there is more to this story. All occupants of the house stated the shotgun was not theres and they did not know it was there or who owned it, so based on that information wouldn't it justify the officers removing said firearm.

Serious question, where did you see that?
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ArcticSplash;42797 Wrote:Why is Hazelton a shithole?

I look at it on Streetview and it looks like most of the towns in Delaware County.

Allentown too expensive for hood rats or something?

Years ago Hazleton put out targeted advertising in certain ethnic low income areas of NYC in effort to bring cheap labor into the two growing industrial parks. A very large migration of Hispanic peoples moved in. Then their families moved in. The city is now home to a war between Trinitarios and Bloods. As I understand it, the Trinitarios own most of the neighborhoods in town, while the Bloods mostly drive in from NY/NJ and shoot the place up then drive home.

The city is now totally overrun. Violent crime is soaring, and worse it is spreading into the outlying areas as well. I live north of Hazleton between 80 and 81. Our communities are seeing an increase in home invasions, burglaries, and most recently drugs. Its not like your typical drug problem. The market here went from virtually nonexistent straight to heroin and cocaine. There are very few pot busts. We also have a lot of illegals.

Even better, years ago when political corruption was the biggest problem in the area, decisions were made to close down all but one High School in the area. Then we got this influx and the school is overcrouded and full of hoodrats. Not a place I want to send my kids, but alternatives are limited, and for some strange reason houses around here just aren't selling. Homes all around me have been on the market for 3+ years.
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Valorius;42554 Wrote:
csmith;42468 Wrote:Your thoughts on the following article please.

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They should never have opened the door for the cops to begin with, let alone allowed them to search the home. Stupid is as stupid does.

DO NOT OPEN THE DOOR FOR COPS. SPEAK TO THEM FROM A 2nd FLOOR FRONT WINDOW. AND DO NOT EVER LET THEM IN YOUR HOUSE.

Bad advice.... they police will destroy your door to get inside under the circumstances written in the article. I know it would be tough to get into your place... but they would get in none the less.

There needs to be more info before you pass judgement on the seizure of the shotgun... there could be a number of legit reasons that may have failed to get passed on to the reporter.
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steelcityk9cop;42866 Wrote:
Valorius;42554 Wrote:They should never have opened the door for the cops to begin with, let alone allowed them to search the home. Stupid is as stupid does.

DO NOT OPEN THE DOOR FOR COPS. SPEAK TO THEM FROM A 2nd FLOOR FRONT WINDOW. AND DO NOT EVER LET THEM IN YOUR HOUSE.

Bad advice.... they police will destroy your door to get inside under the circumstances written in the article. I know it would be tough to get into your place... but they would get in none the less.

There needs to be more info before you pass judgement on the seizure of the shotgun... there could be a number of legit reasons that may have failed to get passed on to the reporter.

That's true. My first thought is that the guy was there when the officers arrived and took off - fresh pursuit and all,. but it wasn't mentioned in the article.

I am curious if the occupants were the only occupants of the apartment. I.e. was there someone else that lived there who owned the shotgun but wasn't present when the officers conducted their search.
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csmith;42840 Wrote:
cgbudde;42646 Wrote:All true, but there is more to this story. All occupants of the house stated the shotgun was not theres and they did not know it was there or who owned it, so based on that information wouldn't it justify the officers removing said firearm.

Serious question, where did you see that?

Not from the local ragnews, this is straight from a reliable source in the dept.
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csmith;42852 Wrote:
ArcticSplash;42797 Wrote:Why is Hazelton a shithole?

I look at it on Streetview and it looks like most of the towns in Delaware County.

Allentown too expensive for hood rats or something?

Years ago Hazleton put out targeted advertising in certain ethnic low income areas of NYC in effort to bring cheap labor into the two growing industrial parks. A very large migration of Hispanic peoples moved in. Then their families moved in. The city is now home to a war between Trinitarios and Bloods. As I understand it, the Trinitarios own most of the neighborhoods in town, while the Bloods mostly drive in from NY/NJ and shoot the place up then drive home.

The city is now totally overrun. Violent crime is soaring, and worse it is spreading into the outlying areas as well. I live north of Hazleton between 80 and 81. Our communities are seeing an increase in home invasions, burglaries, and most recently drugs. Its not like your typical drug problem. The market here went from virtually nonexistent straight to heroin and cocaine. There are very few pot busts. We also have a lot of illegals.

Even better, years ago when political corruption was the biggest problem in the area, decisions were made to close down all but one High School in the area. Then we got this influx and the school is overcrouded and full of hoodrats. Not a place I want to send my kids, but alternatives are limited, and for some strange reason houses around here just aren't selling. Homes all around me have been on the market for 3+ years.

The biggest problem in Hazleton right now is the Dominicans, they are bringing most of the drugs into the area, next the white trash junkies and the whites who are dealing meth. And by the way the Trinitarios do not own most og the neighborhoods in town.
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cgbudde;43043 Wrote:
csmith;42840 Wrote:Serious question, where did you see that?

Not from the local ragnews, this is straight from a reliable source in the dept.

Awesome, thanks for that update. I can't stand the local paper....

cgbudde;43044 Wrote:The biggest problem in Hazleton right now is the Dominicans, they are bringing most of the drugs into the area, next the white trash junkies and the whites who are dealing meth. And by the way the Trinitarios do not own most og the neighborhoods in town.

Another case of don't believe what you read in the paper? I appreciate your insight. We know enough to avoid going into town unless we absolutely have to, but otherwise we are victims of local reporting and hearsay.
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csmith;43051 Wrote:
cgbudde;43043 Wrote:Not from the local ragnews, this is straight from a reliable source in the dept.

Awesome, thanks for that update. I can't stand the local paper....

cgbudde;43044 Wrote:The biggest problem in Hazleton right now is the Dominicans, they are bringing most of the drugs into the area, next the white trash junkies and the whites who are dealing meth. And by the way the Trinitarios do not own most og the neighborhoods in town.

Another case of don't believe what you read in the paper? I appreciate your insight. We know enough to avoid going into town unless we absolutely have to, but otherwise we are victims of local reporting and hearsay.

The standard speaker always misquotes people, they have done it to me several times. There is no question that crime is on the rise but it isn't as bad as people think. The 2 biggest problems are drug dealing and the junkies. The junkies are responsible for 90% of the crime, the drug dealers are not just imigrants. From the several that I have seen they are more white than any other nationality. You have more of a chance getting hurt from the dominicans who not just selling drugs but their attitude that even what is yours belongs to them, or the fact they think you have to wait for them. An example is they constantly block streets and refuse to move because they actually tell you that you need to wait for them, and if you say anything they immediately jump to your car looking to fight. That is until they are staring down a 1911. Then they back off.
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