Fireworks Complaints Not A Job For Cops, Brooklyn Pols Say

Booming fireworks frustrations in Brooklyn prompted local officials to call for more city help — but not necessarily from the NYPD.

Borough President Eric Adams and Bed Stuy Councilman Robert Cornegy on Sunday instead called for community-based Cure Violence groups to serve as pyrotechnic problem solvers.

Let police investigate where the illegal explosives come from and crack down on suppliers, they said.

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and Councilman Robert Cornegy urged the city to use Cure Violence groups to handle fireworks calls. (Matt Troutman/Patch) BROOKLYN, NEW YORK — Booming fireworks frustrations in Brooklyn prompted local officials to call for more city help — but not necessarily from the NYPD.

Borough President […]

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