Sites Suffer Spike in Gang and Youth Violence
In August, the manager of a tax credit site in Newark, N.J., reported that during this past summer, residents have suffered an increase in criminal activity that has been unusual even for inner-city housing projects. For example, as reported in the New York Post on August 6, four teenage students who were listening to music in a parking lot not far from a local housing project were shot by a group of armed thugs.
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