Wayne County Sheriff Napoleon urges Detroiters to refrain from New Year's Eve celebratory gunfire
When in other communities residents take to banging pots and pans, ringing bells or perhaps launching fireworks now legal under state law to welcome the new year, Detroit residents have a tradition of their own: Gunfire.
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#1 Dec 26, 2012
Thanks for reminding me that the orgy of noise is about to return. The revised fireworks law was another one passed without much thought because a lobby group supported it.
#3 Jan 8, 2013
I believe Mr. Napoleon was police chief and now sheriff. He knows how to successfully deal with crime using his data-driven approach that puts officers where the crime is. If that means an officer on every corner, so be it.
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