This week's takedown of a violent and long-running narcotics distribution network in Camden serves as an unpleasant reminder that New Jersey is home to one of the most dangerous cities in the United States.
Since August New Jersey has had a state law that allows police to impound of vehicles used by drug buyers or anyone soliciting or engaging in prostitution. The Camden County Police Department has taken full advantage of the new statute. They’ve impounded 40 vehicles and arrested 97 people. Almost 84 percent of those busted did not live in Camden.
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