Crime Debate in Charlotte Mayor Race as Murders Rise

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As homicides surge in Charlotte, North Carolina State Sen. Joel Ford said he would make crime fighting a priority if elected mayor and would hire an additional 100 officers over what the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department has requested, reports the Charlotte Observer. Ford is running against Mayor Jennifer Roberts and Mayor Pro Tem Vi Lyles in the September Democratic primary.  Ford said he would conduct a salary review . . .

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