Police said to use Facebook to stop punk rock house parties

Police said to use Facebook to stop punk rock house parties

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New Using the alias of "Joe Sly," the "Boston Punk Zombie," the Boston Police Department is allegedly sleuthing out illegal DIY indie-rock shows on social media. [Read more]...
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