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Milwaukee police will arrest people who don't stay in, alderman says

13 days ago   |   By WISN

A Milwaukee alderman is sounding the alarm after he said police leadership called him concerned about young people especially gathering in groups, playing soccer and basketball and acting like nothing is wrong.
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