As Murders Rise, Arrests Have Declined Sharply in Chicago

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As Chicago grapples with a surge in killings and a mistrust of law enforcement stemming from police shootings, the number of arrests in the city has fallen by 28 percent versus last year, a Chicago Sun-Times analysis finds. The number of arrests is on target to be the city’s lowest since at least 2001. Through mid-December, police were on . . .

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