“I don’t want to hear about ‘stop snitching,’” Gudes said. “Because when it happens to your family, you want somebody snitching.”

“I don’t want to hear about ‘stop snitching,’" Gudes said. “Because when it happens to your family, you want somebody snitching.”

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In Tampa, police calls drop, but shootings tick up amid coronavirus

Since March 14, the city has seen 10 shootings and three homicides, Police Chief Brian Dugan said in a news conference Tuesday. The violence, centered in east Tampa, has proliferated despite social distancing efforts due to the pandemic.

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