D.C. Vows More Cops, Services In Car Theft Crisis

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Washington, D.C., Mayor Anthony Williams last night declared that juvenile car thieves have created a crisis. The Washington Post said he pledged to add law enforcement resources and increase social services for the troubled families and neighborhoods in which many of the offenders grow up. "All of us agree that we have to put an end to this, an end to this madness," Williams said. Earlier yesterday, teenagers in a stolen car slammed into a house while trying to elude police, terrifying a homeowner who was awakened by the crash. No one was seriously injured, but it was . . .

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