Police Say Chicago Holiday Violence Dropped This Year

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A concerted effort to reduce violent crime in Chicago during the Memorial Day weekend appears to have led to a drop in shootings, the Wall Street Journal reports. Increased police presence across the nation’s third-largest city and raids targeting gangs helped drive a reduction in violent crime, authorities said, with about half as many people shot than during the holiday . . .

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