Fort Worth Police work the scene of a shooting on East Berry Street in February. The city saw an uptick in violent crime in 2016.
Fort Worth Police work the scene of a shooting on East Berry Street in February. The city saw an uptick in violent crime in 2016. Paul Moseley pmoseley@star-telegram.com
Fort Worth Police work the scene of a shooting on East Berry Street in February. The city saw an uptick in violent crime in 2016. Paul Moseley pmoseley@star-telegram.com

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