No Quick Fix to Baltimore Crime, Say Chief, Prosecutor

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State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby and Police Commissioner Kevin Davis, in a joint interview with the Baltimore Sun, say they are overseeing crime-fighting in a different climate from six years ago, when the city experienced fewer than 200 homicides for the first time in decades. The officials said those past gains were achieved using heavy-handed tactics that have been disavowed . . .

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