The Police Department Responds

Mark A. Villano, Hubbard’s Law Director since January 1, in a statement issued January 23,  noted the “The Hubbard City Police, by order of the Police Chief and Safety Director, have increased police patrols in this area to put a stop to this activity.  Due to increased patrols in this area the calls for service have become less frequent and more sporadic … The Hubbard City Police are making every effort to allocate additional manpower and resources to this matter while maintaining satisfactory service to other city residents.”

The statement concludes with a request that “individuals use their better judgment and cease this activity or face appropriate legal action.”

The full statement can be seen here.