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Public safety issues in and around Lower Greenville

What we have here is a failure to tow

DPD unofficially estimates there were 10,000 people in / around Lowest Greenville from about 7pm to 3am, the largest crowd ever.

Blame it on the "unholy trinity" - St. Patrick's Day, falling on a Saturday, and great weather.

Thankfully, St Patrick's Day falls on a Monday next year.

By Avi S. Adelman under Public safety , Lower Greenville
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The idiocy has already started... we can't wait for summer

One week of warm weather and the idiocy is just beginning on Lower Greenville. We are just so excited for St. Patrick's Day next weekend.

Really. We are. Yeah, really.

Updated! James Slaughter calls off his truce? New comments re Firehouse

By Avi S. Adelman under Public safety , Lower Greenville
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LGNA fudges crimestats - to sell more houses????

After a long week at the secret warehouse and dealing with a couple of sick Puppettes at home, BD was finally able to enjoy some downtime on Saturday afternoon.

He was dreaming of eating soft pretzels while watching the Philadelphia Eagles win Super Bowl 40-something when the phone's incessant ringing woke him up. It was a neighbor, calling to tell him a story about a terrible crime was on the front page of the Sunday edition of the Dallas Morning News.

By Avi S. Adelman under Public safety , Lower Greenville
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Car thief on the loose, but neighborhood thug leaders don't pay attention

A BD reader from the other side of Greenville Avenue sends us extremely detailed information about someone using his street as a car parts supply center. Too bad the cars are parked in front of their owners' houses when it happens. BD is posting his story after the jump.

But before that, BD has a question for the thugs on that side of Greenville who call themselves a neighborhood association:

By Avi S. Adelman under Public safety , Safe streets
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Survey says: Lowest Greenville is not a very safe place

You are twice as likely to be a crime victim if you live, visit or work within the Belmont NA’s boundaries when compared to Lower Greenville NA’s boundaries.

We’ve long suspected that things were getting really bad out here on Lower Greenville, but Dallas Police crimestats for 2006 show just how bad things have become.

By Avi S. Adelman under Public safety , Lower Greenville
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