Community Leaders Say They Warned Chicago Police Ahead Of Auburn Gresham Shooting

Chicago Shootings Along 79th
FILE - In this Dec. 17, 2012 file photo a framed memorial to people who have lost their lives to street violence hangs in the front yard of the St. Sabina Catholic Church, behind a spiked fence, in the Auburn-Gresham neighborhood on Chicago's South Side. Chicago's murder rate is approaching 500, compared with 435 in 2011. More than 2,400 shootings occurred (as of Dec. 21), an 11 percent increase over last year at the same time. Gang-related arrests are about 7,000 higher than in 2011. Charles Rex Arbogast, File / AP Photo
Chicago Shootings Along 79th
FILE - In this Dec. 17, 2012 file photo a framed memorial to people who have lost their lives to street violence hangs in the front yard of the St. Sabina Catholic Church, behind a spiked fence, in the Auburn-Gresham neighborhood on Chicago's South Side. Chicago's murder rate is approaching 500, compared with 435 in 2011. More than 2,400 shootings occurred (as of Dec. 21), an 11 percent increase over last year at the same time. Gang-related arrests are about 7,000 higher than in 2011. Charles Rex Arbogast, File / AP Photo

Community Leaders Say They Warned Chicago Police Ahead Of Auburn Gresham Shooting

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