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Paterson police propose business curfew in high-crime areas to curb violence

Police are one step closer to enforcing a

Police are one step closer to enforcing a curfew in Paterson after identifying 15 streets where they want businesses to close early to reduce crime. (Credit: News 12 New Jersey)

Police are one step closer to enforcing a curfew in Paterson after identifying 15 streets where they want businesses to close early to reduce crime.

As the city's violent crime rate soars, police say they want to cut down on late-night loitering, and many residents agree. "What it does is open a window for drug dealers to go out and sell and more people can do their crimes," says Migdalia...

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