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Increased patrols to start in Little Rock because of increase in violent crime, police say

Increased patrols to start in Little Rock because of increase in violent crime, police say

Increased patrols will start Friday in Arkansas’ capital city after “continued increases” in violent crime, according to the Little Rock Police Department.

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Increased patrols to start in Little Rock because of increase in violent crime, police say

Increased patrols will start Friday in Arkansas’ capital city after “continued increases” in violent crime, according to the Little Rock Police Department.

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Increased patrols to start in Little Rock because of increase in violent crime, police say

Increased patrols will start Friday in Arkansas’ capital city after “continued increases” in violent crime, according to the Little Rock Police Department.

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