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In an interview Friday, Allen said the man was just about to “shoot up” on her doorstep so she asked him to move on, and he stood up and leaned right into her, which scared her, and called her “a f—ing hoe.”
“I literally jumped out of the way,” she said. Then Fry “put his body” between her and the drug user, she said.
Hawks Street has become a main thoroughfare for the campers, and residents and police say there has been a spike in violent crime.
Allen doesn’t have children but she said in her row of townhouse there are four units with families who have children under three years old.
“That tent city needs to go,” said Allen...Read More