Vallejo pizza place damaged in robber...

Vallejo pizza place damaged in robbery attempt

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Anonymous

Vallejo, CA

#1 Apr 9, 2013
Vallejo pizza place damaged in robbery attempt
http://www.timesheraldonline.com/ci_22984841/...

A man broke the window of a local pizza parlor in a robbery attempt Sunday night, Vallejo police said.

At 10 p.m. a few employees of Napoli Pizzeria were cleaning and locking up the Tennessee Street restaurant when they saw a man banging on the window of the restaurant asking to be let in, police said.

When the employees refused, the man brandished a chrome, semi-automatic gun and kept on banging on the window, breaking it, police added.

The employees ran out the back door, and the man reportedly went to the register trying to open it.

When he failed to open it, he fled the scene before police arrived.

The suspect was described as a black man in his 40s, about 6 foot, thin, with braids.
animal control

South San Francisco, CA

#2 Apr 9, 2013
Godamn n!(gg) ers Come on people what are we going to do about it?
uts

Vallejo, CA

#3 Apr 9, 2013
Fookin moolies!
Gregory

Sacramento, CA

#4 Apr 9, 2013
animal control wrote:
Godamn n!(gg) ers Come on people what are we going to do about it?
Well, we can start with bullet proof windows, armed security guards and metal detectors. It amazes me you can buy an I-phone with a built in metal detector and these franchise & company store owners are too cheap to invest in security.

Providing a safer environment will actually increase business.

The next thing we need to do is long term, this means scaling back low income housing with making the program temporary, for 3 years only, like welfare, so more people can participate for a shorter period of time, not a privilege group with benefits for life. We also need mandatory criminal background checks for all current and future housing subsidy vouchers, better know as "Section 8".

We need more police, crime suppression sweeps throughout all of Vallejo. We need community based policing, youth gang prevention programs, like Night-walk and Ceasefire, which the second, saw about 70% reduction in gang activity in the Mack Road area of Sacramento.

Thus, we know the solutions. We just have an incompetent city council and mayor who are afraid to make controversial and bold decisions.
pizza patron

Vallejo, CA

#5 Apr 9, 2013
I love Napolis. We go there often and a story like this makes sitting in the booth with that uncomfortable little semi auto in my backpocket seem not so uncomfortable. Truth be told after dark it gets "dark" around that place.
bohica vallejo

Vallejo, CA

#6 Apr 9, 2013
Gregory wrote:
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Well, we can start with bullet proof windows, armed security guards and metal detectors. It amazes me you can buy an I-phone with a built in metal detector and these franchise & company store owners are too cheap to invest in security.
Providing a safer environment will actually increase business.
The next thing we need to do is long term, this means scaling back low income housing with making the program temporary, for 3 years only, like welfare, so more people can participate for a shorter period of time, not a privilege group with benefits for life. We also need mandatory criminal background checks for all current and future housing subsidy vouchers, better know as "Section 8".
We need more police, crime suppression sweeps throughout all of Vallejo. We need community based policing, youth gang prevention programs, like Night-walk and Ceasefire, which the second, saw about 70% reduction in gang activity in the Mack Road area of Sacramento.
Thus, we know the solutions. We just have an incompetent city council and mayor who are afraid to make controversial and bold decisions.
none of them have the political will to acknowledge how serious the problem is. tonight they are fully expected to approve even more section 8 housing, they are all liberals, it's what they do over and over.

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