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- 07/05/17--18:25: San Jose $50,000 Effort To Curtail Illegal Fireworks A Dud
- 08/01/17--19:16: San Jose Hands Out Illegal Fireworks Fines Without Providing Proof
- 08/11/17--09:33: San Jose Dismisses Illegal Fireworks Citations After Complaints
- 06/29/18--15:50: Stockton Police Announce Massive 7-Ton Illegal Fireworks Bust
- 07/03/18--06:44: San Jose Fireworks Crackdown Features Website To Report Neighbors
- 07/04/18--09:51: San Jose Crackdown Features Website To Report Illegal Fireworks
The City of San Jose spent tens of thousands of dollars to try and curtail the use of illegal fireworks on the Fourth of July. It didn't work.
Four people were treated at the scene for smoke inhalation and three were taken to the hospital.
Illegal fireworks lit up the sky over San Jose over the Fourth of July weekend, and now city authorities are issuing fines to people they believe shot off those illegal fireworks.
San Jose will be dismissing all 45 citations issued for illegal use of fireworks based on complaints submitted online.
A joint investigation in Stockton led to a huge fireworks bust Thursday that culminated in an arrest and the seizure of 14,000 tons of explosives, according to authorities.
After years of trying to crack down on illegal fireworks in the city, San Jose city has come up with a new plan: an app where people can report fireworks scofflaws.
After years of trying to crack down on illegal fireworks in the city, San Jose city has come up with a new plan: a website where people can report fireworks scofflaws.