Live Stop Might have Avoided Dead Stop on the Boulevard?

Posted: October 3, 2011 in Criminal Activity, Police/Fire/Unions
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The Live Stop program reportedly took an average of 62 cars a day off the streets in 2010.  That’s a pretty vigilant record in the pursuit of protecting the driving public.  The program is all about public safety (and impounding the vehicles of out-of-control, rabid, non-registered drivers).  But with so many eyes on the road, you’d think some public servant somewhere might just have noticed a youngster driving an old Chevy before he got onto Roosevelt Boulevard.  Well, maybe he had all his paperwork up to date, so he just didn’t seem like a threat…

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