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Evergreen Way is not. Earlier this month, Everett police updated the boundaries of zones used to designate high-prostitution areas. Jim Duffy, who leads the special investigations unit. Parts of Hewitt have been removed from the zones, he said. Additions include the block of Broadway, and the block of Rucker Avenue through the block of Evergreen Way. The newly zoned areas include some of the bikini barista stands that have made headlines in recent months for alleged crimes and city-code violations, Duffy said.
The zones are used to enforce court orders given to those convicted of prostitution activity, including people who buy sex, Duffy said. Offenders can be arrested on the spot for violating the court order, Duffy said.
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