State, Federal Authorities Partner With St. Paul Police to Address Gun Violence
Leighton Interactive | Nov 8, 2019 AT 5:03 am
(MNN) State, federal and local authorities are partnering to address the "pressing" problem of gun violence in St. Paul.
U-S Attorney Erica McDonald met with St. Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell, the F-B-I, A-T-F, U-S Marshals, B-C-A and Ramsey County Sheriff's Office Thursday afternoon.
She says all agencies offered their full support and dedicated resources to combat the shootings in Minnesota's capital city.
Mayor Melvin Carter hosted the first of three community forums on public safety and gun violence last night.
A 17-year-old student at Henry Sibley High School was the 29th homicide victim of 2019 in St. Paul.