12 major Dem controlled cities break homicide records following historically bloody 2020
Twelve major cities across the nation broke annual homicide records this year, following 2020’s already historically bloody year.
"The community has to get fed up," Rochester Police Department Capt. Frank said at a news conference in November. "We're extremely frustrated. It has to stop. I mean, it's worse than a war zone around here lately."
Rochester broke its 30-year-old homicide record on Nov. 11 with 71 homicides. The city’s previous record sat at 69 in 1991.
Rochester is joined by 11 other cities that broke homicide records this year, according to ABC News,...