McCarthy Says Police Stops in Chicago Drop 90 Percent

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Former Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy tells the New York Daily News that the city's rise in homicides last year is due to political pushback against police stops and other proactive measures to curb the ongoing violence. McCarthy said the number of police stops is down by nearly 90% this year compared to last. The department no longer holds . . .

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