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Bellflower eases ‘loitering’ rules for sex offenders

BELLFLOWER — The City Council Monday night gave final approval to an ordinance change halting the enforcement of “loitering” restrictions on registered sexual offenders as listed in a 2010 city law and instead aligns itself with state law on the subject, which is not as restrictive.
Originally approved Aug. 25, the ordinance change will take effect in 30 days. There was no comment on the unanimous decision from council members or the audience. Full Article

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  1. USA

    Uh, this is kind of a joke! I grew up in the area and recently visited a relative in the area. I was blown away/Bellflower used to be a nice area ! Now , most of the shops down Bellflower Blvd have gone out of business, drug dealers and prostitutes walk up and down a Bellflower Blvd/Alondra and I was afraid to get out of my car/gang members/guys asking if I was there to buy (drugs?) Bellflower is now as bad as Compton ! Furthermore, I was shocked to note the vast number of massage parlors that now exist on Bellflower Blvd/Artesia /Flower? Perhaps Bellflower should focus on reducing real crime/prostitution/drug dealers and the terrible scene off Bellflower Blvd. it’s truly a joke! Bellflower, wake up!

  2. USA

    I can’t get into too much detail, but perhaps I know someone who still lives in the city and works in the exact area as a Sheriffs Deputy. No comment. THe last time I was down there, they have a Sheriffs substation right there on Bellflower Blvd and 2 minutes away, there are multiple illegal massage parlors? Also, the man down the street from where I was visiting (in a wheelchair) had his gold necklace ripped off his neck and was robbed? (in front of the substation. Then, the other neighbors son was robbed of his bicycle off of Flower Street (right across from the Court House!!!!!!!!!!). Then, the person whom I was visiting received a traffic violation for riding his bicycle on the sidewalk? Uh, I live in a nicer ( I can’t give all of my personal information away/OC) area and I’ve ridden on busy streets and literally had a police officer tell me to get off the street/via car intercom. Uh, Bellflower, wake up!

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