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Richard Renz

This is bullshit. Concerts at the tennis stadium going on after 10 pm. I guess they decided the penalty is less than profit. The agreement when they started having concerts here was ending at 10 PM. How about enforcing it.

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K

Horrible, horrible precinct and staff. I swear they always have a midget 21 year old who doesn’t know anything on the front desk while the senior staff sit there and hide in the back. Made multiple complaints here about harassment and death threats I received. Max I got was an incident report- no one ever even called me. Then I almost got run over by a car – even had a witness – and was told by this girl that there was nothing they could do about it, not even an incident report. So when this guy attacks or kills me or another innocent person THEN maybe they’ll do something. Big Maybe. NYPD should be ashamed of itself. This is why people don’t bother reporting crime to the police. They do absolutely NOTHING until it’s too late. Only thing they can do is give parking and traffic violations. I was never a defund the police person, but now I completely understand why people feel that way

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