Ruben De La Torre

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Last year, the number of homicides in Los Angeles  dropped  to one-third what it was in 1992.  Three hundred ninety-two murders is nothing to cheer about, but it's 17.6% fewer than…

Homicide Rate Drops to 37-Year Low

Last year, the number of homicides in Los Angeles dropped to one-third what it was in 1992.  Three hundred ninety-two murders is nothing to cheer about, but it's 17.6% fewer than…

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