COLUMBUS POLICE TO FOCUS ON GANGS AS PART OF CRACKDOWN ON VIOLENCE
As of Tuesday, 163 people have lost their lives in Columbus, not far from the record of 175 set last year.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther said that the city has identified more than a dozen gangs that they believe are responsible for a lot of the violence this year. As of Tuesday, 163 people have lost their lives in Columbus, not far from the record of 175 set last year. “The violence we are seeing today is different. We need a new plan,” Ginther said.
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