In wake of subway shooting, NYC Mayor Adams calls for ‘national and local’ solutions to violence

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NEW YORK — Tying an ongoing spike in New York City crime to trends across the country, Mayor Eric Adams on Sunday called for “a national and local approach” to violence. The comments came as the city was still reeling from last Tuesday’s subway rampage in which 10 people were shot. Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell credited a NYPD manhunt and alert to New Yorkers for the Wednesday arrest of suspect Frank James, who called a tip line on himself. “We were kind of closing in around him,” she told ABC’s “This Week” during an interview alongside Adams. “One of the key factors, also, is our force …

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