Will Unarmed Guards Help The City? People Took To Twitter Thursday Night About The Squeegee Kids

baltimore.cbslocal.com | 10/11/2018 | Staff
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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The squeegee kids are going to have some company starting as early as next week.

After concerns moving around Baltimore, the Downtown Partnership will begin placing unarmed security guards at busy intersections as early as next week to calm interactions between “squeegee kids” and drivers, according to our media partners The Baltimore Sun.

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This comes after a video went viral of a “squeegee kid” hitting a windshield of a car that refused his windshield service.

The partnership will spend roughly $3,000 a week on guards along President and Conway streets during the morning and evening rush hours, Fowler said, according to the Sun.

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Baltimore residents took to Twitter to react to the new initiative, even...
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