Sunday, July 26, 2015

St. Louis - Body count is tallied nearly every morning. Two, three, four, sometimes more


ST. LOUIS - The bodies are found on downtown streets and neighborhood alleys. Near O’Fallon Park in the north, and Gravois Park in the south.

Their number is tallied nearly every morning. Two, three, four — sometimes more.

With the homicide rate on target to reach its highest level in 20 years, St. Louis police are coming under increasing pressure. So is the man who two years ago won control of the department to hold it more accountable.

“I wouldn’t want to be in Mayor Slay’s shoes,” said Todd Swanstrom, a professor who specializes in urban politics at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.  More

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