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Crime / FBI Report #237708

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 17, 1975
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(Studio) 19 crimes committed per minute in 1974. 20,600 killed and $2.6 billion lost. Teens committed 3 of 10 crimes.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(NYC) Serious crime up 18% in `74. Felony arrests under 18 up 9% and up 1% for over 18. Juvenile crime arrests up 19.4% for 1st 6 mos. `75. [NYC youth aid division Lieutenant Neil DAVINO - says reasons include: history of American violence, availability of guns, more youth gangs, violence on TV, disintegration of family unit and laxity of juvenile laws.] Some of crimes for no apparent reason. [Girl on E. side Susie TORRES - says got to rob to get money.]
REPORTER: Gerald Harrington

(Studio) Analysis to come.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Reporter(s):
Cronkite, Walter;
Harrington, Gerald
Duration:
00:02:00

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