Carjackings, robberies and non-fatal shootings dropped in Detroit in 2016, while the number of homicides in the city edged up by seven, according to figures from the police department.

The preliminary numbers were released Tuesday to the Associated Press and show that aggravated assaults, burglaries and larcenies also were down.


Click here to read full story: Corey Williams, Associated Press

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