This is one strange article, with continued references to the wealth of Belmont Shore and the need for more police attention. Now, the entire stretch of 2nd St through Naples, will receive more constant police patrol per sq mile than any other part of the city.
Belmonmt Shore compared to other parts of LB is low crime, but receiving more police protection. one woulkd tink it w oujld be the other way around, with higher crime areas getting more attention. That that being said, about the only good thing LB hss going is a great police department, but it is a shame they are bending to politics and catering to monied Belmont Shore during this time of limited resources and violent crime spiking in the city. One big concern of the pampered Belmont Shore residents is vandalism..LOL, most of the residents in all other parts of LB are concerned about survival
I think the residents in BS are flipping out a little regarding the armed robberies, assaults, and burglaries taking place there as of late. They're finally getting a regular taste of the "vibrancy of multiculturalism," and as turns out, they don't like it.
It used to be, before section 8 went into overdrive, the EBT folks were more centralized, west of Alamitos, and would venture over to the middle-class area to commit occasional assorted felonies, then fall back into their own neighborhoods. They only attack their perimeters.
Now after years planting cracker box section 8 apartments in the middle-class areas, they are now firmly entrenched there, which expands their perimeters, allowing them to boldly venture into the higher-end property areas adjacent to them, which would now be Belmont Shore.
The great part about all this is the middle-class homeowners FINALLY get to wave to Belmont Shore and Naples and say, "Welcome to OUR world, BITCHES!"