http://www.startribune.com/stories/462/3907389.html Minneapolis police are arranging for help this summer from county, state and federal law enforcement agencies to keep a crime-fighting presence on the streets, even as budget cuts have thinned its ranks, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Police Chief Robert Olson will announce details tonight. "We're not going to be doing blitzes or sweeps," Olson said yesterday. "The idea is to have some sort of governmental presence to stay in touch with the hot spots. We want . . .
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