Two years ago, Los Angeles police were alarmed by a particularly brutal August, the deadliest the city had seen in years. Hoping to slow the bloodshed, top police officials retooled their crime-fighting strategies. They sent extra officers to the neighborhoods hit hardest, looking for guns and focusing on gang-inspired violence, the Los Angeles Times reports. This summer, those changes finally paid . . .
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