Monday, January 27, 2014

JNS Blog Reader Reports Engine 14 Dispatched To Reported Stabbing At 1815 Hillside Ave. N., A Proton Investments House...

Facebook photo, used under First Amendment Fair Comment and Criticism
and (joke font) "oversize cup" exception to copyright, blog post by John Hoff

A regular reader of JNS blog, known to me and a credible person, reports s/he was listening to his/her police scanner within the last hour and heard Engine 14 was just dispatched to 1815 Hillside Ave. North. This troubled property and Proton's ownership of it have been written about previously on this blog, click here.

The image above shows some Proton Investments people about to board a "foreclosure tour bus." Much is being said and written behind the scenes right now about Proton. These incredible things will come to light in good time.

But God help Proton.


Anonymous said...

Maybe you should refer to them as Proton/Homestead Road, just to help readers catch up and be aware of their chameleon ways.

Anonymous said...

These people need to be found and dealt with.

Anonymous said...

Currently the Minneapolis Police Problem Properties guidelines are keyed to a conduct letter system that can only be administered after a Police Raid.

Now if anyone has ever witnessed a police raid they know what an extraordinarily calculated activity this is that consumes vast amounts of manpower. It is dangerous for both thew officers involved and to any inhabitants of the dwelling.

MPD does not want to dissuade residents from calling for emergencies thus does not utilize 911 data. Unfortunately, many of these occurrences slip through this prerequisite.

Surely there must be some way to code for calls meant to protect innocent residents and differentiate these from recurring thug activities at the addresses of careless investors?