Detroit Homicides Back Up After Two Years of Decline

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After two years of declining homicide numbers, Detroit had 302 homicides in 2016, up seven from the previous year, reports the Detroit News. Other crimes, such as carjackings, robberies and nonfatal shootings, declined. Police Chief James Craig noted that for cities that have seen dramatic crime reductions, such as Los Angeles and New York, it didn’t happen in a couple . . .

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