New York’s red-light cameras are getting increasingly popular.
The NYPD says they’ve stopped 2,500 drivers this year, and have been responsible for about 20 percent of the traffic tickets handed out to motorists.
Now the NYPD is asking the city’s public-transportation department to do the same for door knockers.
The city’s Public Safety Department wants the agency to hire more drivers, and the department has launched a website called “Red Door Grill” to promote the service.
On the site, the Red Door Grilling website says that it is the city “s answer to the loud, obnoxious red-lights that are plaguing our streets and neighborhoods.”
It’s not the first time Red Door has gotten a pop.
Last year, the restaurant chain began a program called Red Door for Good, where restaurants can pay drivers a $50 donation for the use of their grill space.
The restaurant said it was the first to hire red-door grillers.
Red Door’s founder, Paul Kramlich, said that when the program began, he was worried about losing money.
Red Door was hoping to attract the same number of diners that diners have for other restaurants, he said.
But as the program became more popular, Kramliches revenue went up, he told CNNMoney.
When you knock on a man�s door, you may find you get no response, and the door will stay open.
That happens when there is a locked door in a garage.
But what happens when the locksmiths and the locks are the same?
In a 2013 case, the owner of a home in Ohio told a jury that he found the lock on the front door to be faulty and that he had broken it, only to find that the locks were the same.
The locksmith who replaced the lock was found guilty of a crime, but a jury later awarded the owner $250,000.
What happens when a thief enters a home and knocks on the door to try to steal something?
According to the New York Daily News, a homeowner in North Carolina was charged with burglary after his front door was broken into while he was out for a walk.
After getting into his garage, the burglar broke a window and went into his bedroom to get some clothing and shoes, before breaking into the kitchen.
In the process, he got a kitchen knife and a screwdriver, the New Jersey Star-Ledger reported.
A man in Ohio said he knocked on the owner�s front door while on a walk and found his locks were still in place, but he found that the doors to the house were locked, the Star-Courier reported.
In the case of the North Carolina burglar, the homeowner had to use his own lock and keys to unlock the doors.