Police Warn Against Gunfire Celebrations on New Year’s Eve
CLEVELAND– A word of warning from Cleveland police as we get ready to ring in another new year.
They want people to know the serious risks of celebratory gunfire on New Year’s Eve. Police say all too often innocent people are injured or killed when this happens.
Not only could someone get hurt, but police say it’s illegal to discharge a firearm in the City of Cleveland.
They said officers, along with fire and emergency medical service personnel, will be on-duty throughout neighborhoods on New Year’s Eve, patrolling and ready to crack down.
They also addressed fireworks, saying to leave that to the professionals.
You can report suspicious activity on your phone through the iWATCH NEO app. CLICK HERE for details.