http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/news/local/6528603.htm Norristown, Pa., Police Chief Russell Bono has sent officers to one row house 78 times this year. Calls to one place more than twice a week is a drain on resources, Bono said. "It's almost unbelievable," he told the Philadelphia Inquirer. "Any time we have to respond to a property where there's nuisance behavior, that means that officer is not patrolling some place else." The calls run the gamut from loitering and noise to . . .
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