He notices that he has a kid, however doesn’t have any money to support him. His boy Rico says that he can make some quick cash therefore, Lil J participates in a drug sale that goes bad when the customer, an undercover cop, gets shot. Lil J and Rico threaten the cop and flee from the scene, however Rico goes back. Lil J hears, “BANG, BANG, BANG!”, three gunshots were fired and the cop is dead. Falsely blamed for the shooting, Jeremy goes into hiding in an
When Calvin does get locked up, Ace ends up taking his position on the streets after a chance encounter with Lulu, a Dominican drug dealer. With the help of his friend, Mitch and their partner and enforcer, Rico, he creates a huge drug empire in Harlem. In this matter most people would refer that as to being peer pressured which cause them to do things their uncomfortable with doing by interacting with the wrong crowd. Mitch, Ace's best friend, is very popular and an extremely flashy drug dealer. Mitch does not pressure Ace to become a dealer because he thinks that his friend is not the
No one should have to go through this. It is not right at all. The worst thing of all is that the police, who are supposed to protect the people living there, fear these cartels. It’s bogus. This drug war just doesn’t affect Mexico it affects other countries.
CRIME Corporal Anthony Damiano Paterson Police Department Passaic County Patterson, NJ Corporal Anthony Damiano works the drug projects of Passaic County New Jersey which are currently under surveillance. Corporal Damiano and his partner stop an older vehicle just coming out of the projects. Calmly the driver is asked to step out of the vehicle and is then immediately questioned about the drug purchased that was just witnessed by the two officers. The driver, Raymond, is a 31 year old, Caucasian male with stocky build, full beard and mustache, dressed in a T-shirt, jeans and baseball cap. The passenger is a 32 year old Caucasian male similarly dressed and admittedly confesses “doing crack with Raymond”.
He then gives an example of a woman who chose to post an article in the newspaper saying she purchased marijuana with her children in the car, instead of doing jail time. This example poorly supports the point he is trying to make due to the fact that, he only states how the mothers imprisonment could affect the family. I guess the issue of long term effects on the mother as well as the children due to shaming sentences escaped his mind. When a judge sentences you to be imprisoned for a specific crime it remains anonymous to those you do not tell, but shaming broadcasts it to the public. This can cause public stigmas that can be hard to get rid of or ignore.
Uniformed officers in two unmarked cars then closed in on Bond, who then turned back toward the first two officers. Bond pulled out a pistol, and those officers shot Bond. Bond’s body lay on the sidewalk while Rivera waited a half block away. She thought the body might be her son’s after he did not return from the store and descriptions of the body and the bicycle sounded familiar. Police later told Rivera that her son was dead.
He says that the sole purpose of the academy is “to protect the department from the legal liability that could result from negligent training” (22). He explains how the academy never really did teach him anything about how to be a good officer rather. The academy is explained by one officer as “no wonder that’s how cops are out there [rude to people]. They demean us. They break us down.
The man looked up through the smoky car and mouthed the word “what”? The man slowly rolled his window down and Lee spoke again except this time he only got as far as the word “you” before the man open fired on him. At first Lee thought it was fireworks with the 4th of July having just past but soon reality set in that he was actually being shot right in his driveway for no reason at all. Mostly everyone has heard about gangs and what they do and represent. Usually people think gangs are just society’s problems, and label them as killers and drug dealers.
Many abandon building are being boarded up to help prevent addicts and sales and or prostitution. Many drug dealers are arguing of the invasion of privacy when police are found tapping prevent the war on drugs and save lives. Line or checking out suspicious activity revealed my local community leaders and civilians. With police policing many areas, drug dealers are not hanging on corners as in prior years. It was said in on story a potential drug dealer was giving his bank account information on the phone when his call was intercepted.
Once again, Lawrence and Smith play hotshot, wisecracking Miami narcotics officers Marcus Burnett and Mike Lowery. This time around, Burnett and Lowery the two Miami PD cops, have been assigned to head up a task force to investigate the illegal trafficking of ecstasy into the city. They discover that an underground gang war has been instigated by drug kingpin Johnny Tapia (Jordi Molla). In order to cut off the flow of the designer drug, they have to take down Tapia. Unfortunately, there's a wrench thrown into the gears in the form of Burnett's sister Sid, whom Lowery takes a liking to and begins a relationship with.