Violent crime continues to surge in cities across the country – this time, it’s Minneapolis.
Hennepin County, which includes Minneapolis, saw a 24% increase in gun violence in 2020 over 2019, with a sharp rise of 36% from October through December 2020.
And things don’t look much better in 2021.
“I’ve never seen the gun violence like this,” Brooklyn Park Police Chief Craig Enevoldsen told Fox 9. “We need to come together and say when is enough, enough.”
According to Fox News, “Enevoldsen said the number of reported calls over shots fired jumped 55% over the same time last year. Brooklyn Park police also recovered 55 guns in the last year. “
Read the full story over at Fox News.