to connectVideoBaltimore the mayor does not shoulder any blame for the city’s high murder rate
Bernard ‘Jack’ Young, the mayor of new york city, said the city has a high murder rate, and distanced themselves from taking the blame. So far, reports have indicated that the city has 296 murders.
With a murder toll of nearly one homicide a day, coupled with a sharp decline in the population over the past few years, helping the new york city set a new mark this year, and the murder per head of the population, according to the report.
The carnage of this weekend, the 36-year-old mother in the sandwich shop where she worked, as well as her children looked on in horror as a 21-year-old woman who was fatally shot in the head in a hair and beauty salon brought to Baltimore’s homicide toll was 338 before 2019 at the latest, The Baltimore Sun reported.
“The level of violence in this city is unacceptable and we all need to work together in order to solve this problem,” Mayor Jack Young said Monday, according to Baltimore’s FOX 45.
“The level of violence in this city is unacceptable and we all need to work together to do something about it.”
Baltimore’s Mayor, Jack, The Young
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“I’m disgusted by the brutal and cowardly act of violence this weekend,” said Police chief Michael Harrison spoke to the Sun. “Detectives are working tirelessly to identify those responsible.”
“I’m disgusted by the brutal and cowardly act of violence this past weekend. They will work tirelessly to identify those responsible.”
The Supervisory Board, Michael Harrison, Baltimore Police Department
Even though the 338 and murder, the figure for 2019 is lower than that of the town-record 353 murders in 1993, in the city, with the loss of more than 100,000 inhabitants in the intervening years, does more of a slaughter to have been made by the head of the people, this year, with one week left until the year 2020, according to the report.
The 2019 figure includes the deaths of 37 men, the highest number since the Sun was started to keep up with all of the murder victims in 2007, the newspaper reported, more than 100 of this year’s victims are the young men and women between the ages of 18 and 25 years of age.
Compounding the misery in a place for a long time known by the nickname of “Charm City” means the city of The government, and the police department are reeling from corruption-in the past few years, a Young pastor, to Catherine Pugh, of his resignation in May, in relation to a book, a scandal, and at least 20 the city police have been arrested, convicted or suspended over the years for a variety of alleged violations.
Added to that, on Monday brought the news that a former Maryland state delegate from Baltimore, was given the task of the federal honest-services wire fraud, bribery, reportedly, after accepting nearly $34,000 in bribes to support a bill that would make more seats available to out-of-state marijuana-growing business, Baltimore’s WJZ-TV reported.
Former Del. John Glenn, 68, could face 20 years in prison if convicted, the station reported.
“It is extremely sad and frustrating to be at this point,” city council President Tony Scott, a mayoral candidate, told the Sun.
In the meantime, the head of the police department of the city of union contends that mr. Harrison, the city’s chief of police, had a sense of urgency in efforts to deal with the day to day violent crimes.
“People are being killed in record numbers, and there has been no change in the day to day crime fighting, the [commissioner of police] arrived, he was,” Sgt. Mike Mancuso, president of the Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 3, said the Sun.
“People are being killed in record numbers, and there has been no change in the day to day crime fighting, the [commissioner of police] ever since he’s arrived.”
— Germany. Mike Mancuso, president, Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 3
The recent murder of a young woman named Carmen Rodriguez was killed at the deli, where she worked for 16 hours a day, seven days a week, depending on the position of the sun.
In the salon, a woman by the name of Destiny, Harrison, was killed, and only two weeks later, the names of the two individuals as the suspects in a recent break-in at his business. The police suspect that it may have been a revenge crime, FOX 45 reported.
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Mayor Young also disagree that the police and the city’s leaders, there was a lack of a sense of urgency in dealing with crime.
“Our police department is there each and every day. We have in our federal government, our state, and our local police officers working the streets every day, and we will do everything we can to do that,” Young told FOX 45. “Do you know that a woman was shot in the head. Children are being shot at. Don’t you think that’s a sense of urgency in it for me? I can feel it. I have three cousins who have been shot down, and we have no way of closing it, so I feel your pain.