Boston police follow cybertrail to al...

Boston police follow cybertrail to alleged cellphone thief

There are 1 comment on the story from Jun 3, 2014, titled Boston police follow cybertrail to alleged cellphone thief. In it, reports that:

On Monday morning, a few South End residents reported a break-in at their Rutland Square home.

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Nashua, NH

#1 Jun 4, 2014
Now if the boston police could just put down the coffee and donuts for a while and work the revenue department to follow the drug money trail in the hood.

They could start taking collecting income tax and sales tax from the drug sellers on the spot , charge the drug buyers a sales tax then arrest them for illegal drug procession,

take the unregistered unlicensed guns from the sellers arrest the illegals among them we would have a safer city .

but the lure of fresh coffee and donuts are too much to drag the police away to solve crimes, prevent gun violence in da city.

Funny parking laws in Boston get strictly enforce but drug and fire arms violations don't get the same intensity of police attention why is that??

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