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Crime decreased in Puyallup in 2018, new police report shows

The city of Puyallup saw reduced crime overall in 2018, according to the Puyallup Police Department. A preliminary report released Wednesday showed that violent crime was down by 16.2 percent …
The 2019 proposed budget gives a boost of more than $2 million to the police department by providing funds for an additional two police patrol officers in 2019, on top of two added during 2018.
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2 found dead inside car after shooting in parking lot near Tacoma Mall
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