Opinions differ on increased police presence
By Maya Rao
The Philadelphia Inquirer
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BURLINGTON CITY, N.J. — Two men in small, crime-plagued Burlington City - one young, one old, separated by two blocks — recently offered sharply different views of an increase in police presence and arrests here.
One considers himself a victim. One sees himself as a beneficiary.
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