Posted April 26, 2012 in News

Photo by Tommy A. Purvis

I guess we were on to something. More than a month after the Weekly ran a cover story (Vol. 6, Issue 51) about the impact of the San Bernardino County DA’s gang injunction—namely that it threatened to turn a Rancho Cucamonga neighborhood into a police state—Northtown residents turned out in force to complain that the injunction would, well . . . turn their neighborhood until a police state. At a recent town hall meeting more than 150 community members said the injunction “targets the whole neighborhood as opposed to those who are committing crimes,” the Daily Bulletin reported. “It’s a hurtful and disrespectful thing that has been done to the neighborhood and they don’t know the people here,” said resident David Arshawsky.


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