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Crime in America / New York City #168441

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 03, 1996
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(Studio: Deborah Roberts) New crime figures for July reported.

(New York: Antonio Mora) The drop in crime in New York City reported; scenes shown from a Brooklyn neighborhood long considered dangerous until police started going after small crimes. [Store owners George WOLINSKY, Shlomo SARANGA - cite safety.] [Former New York City police commissioner William BRATTON - talks about the criminal atmosphere.] The recent arrest of John Royster for a brutal rape in Central Park mentioned. New York City crime statistics cited. [Correctional Association of New York Robert GANGI, CRIMINAL - say the system is overburdened.]

Mora, Antonio;
Roberts, Deborah

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