Minneapolis, MN – Five police chiefs from the city’s suburbs came together to speak out about the rising gun violence in their communities and said they didn’t want their neighborhoods to become like Minneapolis.
Police chiefs from the Brooklyn Park, Crystal, Maple Grove, Plymouth, and New Hope police departments described the spike in gun violence that they’re seeing in their communities to KMSP .
Violent crime in Hennepin County was up 24 percent last year from the prior year, and it skyrocketed up to 36 percent in the last three months of 2020. But when you take Minneapolis proper out of the calculations, crime was still up by 19 percent in the suburbs, KMSP reported.
The chiefs said they thought the rise in violent crime in the suburbs could be attributed to the unrest surrounding the death of George Floyd, the pandemic, and the public’s easy access to cheap guns.“I’ve never seen […]
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