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Seattle police take aim at downtown gun violence by targeting drug dealers

Seattle Times Thursday, 15 August 2019
"It's great every time you get a gun off the streets because that takes away an opportunity for somebody to get shot," said Seattle Police Sgt. Rob Brown, who has helped lead the West Precinct's Anti-Crime Team in targeting drug dealers during a summertime buy-bust operation downtown.
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