Cleveland police provide update on recent homicides

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CLEVELAND-- Police concerned about the escalating violence spoke about this week’s eight homicides during a news conference on Friday.

Richard Mcintosh, of the Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Department Crime Stoppers, said the agency is offering reward money for information leading to the arrest and indictment of those responsible for any of the homicides.

“We need to get those committing violent crimes off the street or there will be no safe place in Cleveland,” McIntosh said.

Several residents we spoke to said they hear gunshots nightly and simply want, "People to stop killing each other.”

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