More crime on West Thames Park as PEP refuse to patrol

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Teens on West ThamesJune 26, 2014- By Steven E. Greer, MD

Coming just one day after our story on the PEP refusing to patrol the West Thames Park (and all of the land along the West Side Highway), a local blog has reported that several local kids were robbed on the grass field. What was not reported were specifics of the criminals.

They are teens who come from FiDi, where they attend high school. The FiDi teens have been terrorizing the basketball courts and playgrounds.

Other crime to have been reported that occurred in this same park include the sale of crack cocaine on the Rector Street bridge and Rector Park. Also, a grand larceny was reported as a local mother had objects in her purse stolen from the basketball court while she was playing with her young son.

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