There was a lot of violence on Selkirk Ave., in early July.
Stabbings, shootings, home invasions and assaults. But rather than load up the streets with police officers, the Winnipeg police’s organized-crime unit took a more targeted approach.
But rather than load up the street and surrounding area with officers and squad cars to arrest as many people as possible, the Winnipeg Police Service’s organized-crime unit took a more targeted approach.
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