Police step up patrols after violence

The New York Police Department is increasing the number of officers on the streets after the recent spike in crime.Over the weekend, the Bronx experienced

THE BRONX - The New York Police Department is increasing the number of officers on the streets after the recent spike in crime.

Over the weekend, the Bronx experienced more than 10 separate shooting incidents and two deaths. Residents hope the increased police presence will deter violence

Six Bronx precincts are stepping up patrols.

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