U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett plans to meet with Marion County law enforcement leaders this week to develop a plan to combat gun violence. Over the last week, four people have been shot and killed in Indianapolis, including a 61-year-old man shot by a stranger while coming home from work. Among Hogsett’s ideas: pursuing federal charges in gun crimes, which he says keep offenders behind bars longer.
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