Robbery and Shooting at New Brunswick

An unfortunate incident happened in November 2012 when a pizza delivery guy went to deliver pizza in the N building on Quincy Circle. The residents informed him that no pizza had been ordered. While walking back to his vehicle, he was confronted by three men who claimed that the pizza was theirs. When he got to the car to get the pizza, one of the men produced a gun and pointed it at the pizza guy’s head, demanding money. They then fled with his vehicle, pizza and wallet. Following an investigation into this incident, Parysh Wood who was then 21 was charged with robbery. It turned out that he was the leader of the three-man crew. Within four months, the case had been resolved since investigators never gave up. It is also the characteristic of criminals in the modern day to leave the footprints the investigators need to find.

 

In 2015, a shooting incident happened at the New Brunswick apartments. The police promptly responded to the shooting reported. An individual was injured during this incident and was rushed to the Robert Wood Jonson University Hospital in a private vehicle. According to the police radio transmission, three to four shots were heard. On arrival, the suspect had fled, but the description allowed the police to lounge investigations. The name of both the victim and the suspect remained withheld pending the inquiry. A day after the shooting, some bullet casings were found in the Quincy apartment, and the police were called to conduct some investigations.

 

Frontera Fund Helps DACA

America is a melting pot of immigrants from all over. These are the people that make America great and President Obama understood this. On June 15, 2012, he gave a speech at the Rose Garden of the White House where he announced the immigration policy DACA.

 

What is D.A.C.A.?

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals is the policy that allowed minors that came into or stayed in the US illegally the ability to obtain a social security card, work permit, and driver’s license. In some states, Dreamers were subject to in-state-tuition fees.

 

This also came with a deferred action from deportation for a period of two years at which time they must renew their status.

 

Currently, there are over 800,000 Dreamers in the US, but few are aware of the limitation of quotas. The yearly number of people that America will take from Mexico is only 26,000. There are currently 1.3 million Mexicans waiting.

 

“…We’re not after the dreamers, we are after the criminals… That is our policy” – Trump

 

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton wrote the Trump administration a letter in where he demanded that rescind the DACA policy by September 5th of this year. He threatened that non-compliance would result in legal action. The letter initially was supported by 26 states, but only 10 signed on.

 

States That Support Rescission

*Idaho’s governor

Attorney Generals For The Following States:

* Alabama

* Arkansas

* Idaho

* Kansas

* Louisiana

* Nebraska

* South Carolina

* Tennessee

* West Virginia

 

Enter Trump

The Trump administration rescinded DACA on September 5, 2017. Rescission was delayed to allow Congress time to deal with individuals who fall under the policy. After this six-month delay has concluded they’re looking for a total recission.

 

Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly informed the Hispanic Caucus that the DACA program was in jeopardy. This sparked advocates to mobilize and alert the people.

 

Daca is in its 5th year and has been an overwhelming success.

Just look at their stats:

*97% of Dreamers either go to school work or both

*Most have no criminal records

*Pay higher taxes

*Have contributed 60 million dollars to the US economy (including colleges and universities)

 

Contact Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund to get the necessary information, resources, and guidance to fight against this injustice: http://www.laceyandlarkinfronterafund.org/