L.A. Promises More Anticrime Work In South Section

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Los Angeles officials promised yesterday to dedicate more resources to fighting crime in South Los Angeles. City Councilman Martin Ludlow and Deputy Police Chief Earl Paysinger of the Police Department’s South Bureau said they will soon provide two police officers to the job of shutting down houses used for drug dealing, the Los Angeles Times
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