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Delta residents tired of dangerous Jackson Park problems

EVERETT — Criminals have taken over Sen. Henry M. Jackson Park, concerned citizens from the Delta Neighborhood described to the City Council last week.
There is open drug use, drug dealing, suspected prostitution, and residents are menaced away from using the park. A shooting in broad daylight Sept. 5 and a drive-by shooting also this month escalated the concerns about how the park’s atmosphere is deteriorating.
Neighbors last week suggested the city close the park gates at dusk, plus installing locking bathrooms and adding time limits for staying in the parking lot to ward off camping.
Karina Guest said what’s she’s seeing is “atrocious.”
“I want my park safe and I want my neighborhood safe,” Guest said.
The male shot Sept. 5 is in his late teens. He was stable after taking multiple gunshot wounds, police said.





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