LMPD :: Louisville Metro Police Department

You are replying to:

Twelve major cities across the nation broke annual homicide records this year, following 2020's already historically bloody year. Rochester broke its 30-year-old homicide record on Nov. 11 with 71 homicides. The city's previous record sat at 69 in 1991. Rochester is joined by 11 other cities that broke homicide records this year, according to ABC News, including: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Toledo, Ohio; Columbus, Ohio; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Austin, Texas; Louisville, Kentucky; St. Paul, Minnesota;

This will appear at the TOP of your comment.
Example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxXxxXXxxXx
If it is found that you are posting under an established alias that does not belong to you, your comments will be flagged for trolling.
Allowed Types: gif, jpg or png. Max Size: 2mb
Regenerate Image
Click image for new code
Letters only. Case Insensitive.