Last week, hours after a violent home invasion in a normally quiet Chester neighborhood, law enforcement authorities swept into the city and arrested two men for .... selling knockoff designer merchandise. familiar sound rang out again on city streets. A 22-year-old man drove for a block before getting out of his vehicle, then collapsing on the campus of Widener University. He was pronouced dead at Crozer-Chester Medical Center. A man was shot and killed - at 11 a.m. - as he drove his Dodge Durango in the Sun Village section of the city. A few hours later, more gunshots, this time in the West End, critically wounding a 21-year-odl man. I've been told by any number of residents that the streets are not nearly as safe as Mayor John Linder and Police Commissioner Joe Bail insist. They also don't know why city officials are so reluctant to ask for help in restoring order on city streets, either from the D.A. or state. What they do know is this: It's not going to make city streets a whole lot safer by arresting people for selling counterfeit goods. Here's our editorial on the situation. The city needs an answer. It needs to bring the gunfire to a halt. And it needs to happen soon.