Miami, Florida (PRWEB) September 21, 2013
The New Hampshire News states (9/11) in Nashua Police Say Spike In Armed Robberies Tied To Drug Addiction, that the Nashua, NH Police Department Drug report that the recent rise in crime in the area is linked to drug addiction. Police Chief John Seusing says it’s the highest crime rate Nashu has experienced in quite some time.
“These robberies are being committed not because people need the money to pay their bills, not because they need the money to buy food for their family,” Suesing says. “They’re committing these robberies to feed their drug addiction.”
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According to Nashua Police Say Spike In Armed Robberies Tied To Drug Addiction, Nashua police are reporting higher homicides, violent crimes, armed robberies and commercial burglaries. The police department is meeting with city officials and residents to address how everyone can work together to halt the increasing crime wave.
Police Chief Seusing says the department is doing the best it can but his staff is becoming frustrated.
He says police will next meet with owners of businesses to speak about ways to raise the level of existing security.
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