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‘Southern Charm’ star Kathryn Dennis’ mom, Allison Calhoun Dennis, is dead at 58

Allison Calhoun Dennis, the mother of “Southern Charm” star Kathryn Dennis, has died, Fox News has confirmed.

According to the Berkeley County Coroner’s Office, Allison died on Wednesday of natural causes following an extended illness. The office said she was 58.

“Their family requests privacy while they mourn with the sad loss,” a source close to the family told People magazine. “They’re very private people and they want their time to cope.”

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Kathryn, 28, told People in April that she and her mother were “incredibly close.”

“My mom’s my best friend,” she said. “She stuck by me through so much. I don’t know what I would do without her.”

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“Southern Charm” star Kathryn Dennis, pictured here, is mourning the loss of her mom Allison, who died on Wednesday, according to the Berkeley County Coroner’s Office. (Charles Sykes/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

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Kathryn also revealed that her mother was “sick for a year and a half and I was taking care of her.”

“She’s since been living with me, essentially. It’s great to have her around, especially because she’s so good with the kids. She’s amazing. She’s the best mom I could ever hope for with everything.”

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Along with her daughter, Allison is survived by her husband, Luke Dennis, and a son, Luke Dennis Jr.

Fox News has reached out to Bravo for comment.

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Vietnam vet’s remains identified, flown home by son 52 years later in emotional ceremony

An American hero’s remains finally returned home after going missing in 1967.

Travelers at Dallas Love Field Airport in Texas were able to witness the emotional moment a Southwest Airlines plane carrying the American airman touched down. According to a reporter who was present, the entire terminal fell silent as the scene unfolded.

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Before leaving for Vietnam, Col. Knight said goodbye to his family, including his 5-year-old son, at Dallas Love Field Airport. It was reportedly the last time he saw his family. (Southwest Airlines)

Col. Roy Knight Jr. was shot down in combat in 1967 in Vietnam, Southwest Airlines confirmed. He reportedly ejected from the plane, but his parachute may not have deployed. A search was conducted for his body, but it was not found at the time.

His remains were recently found and identified, and a return trip to the United States was set up. Who initially discovered the remains was not shared.

According to Global News reporter Jackson Proskow, a gate agent from Southwest Airlines made an announcement before the plane landed. The agent filled the waiting travelers in on Col. Knight’s story, including two very important details.

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Before leaving for Vietnam, Col. Knight said goodbye to his family, including his 5-year-old son, at Dallas Love Field Airport. It was reportedly the last time he saw his family.

Now, 52 years later, he was finally being returned. Even more amazingly, the pilot flying the plane was his son.

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According to Proskow, as the plane landed, the crowd remained silent. They watched as a casket draped in an American flag was unloaded and was met by people who appeared to Col. Knight’s family and a military guard.

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Proskow described the scene as peaceful, beautiful and “a privilege to watch.”

A spokesperson for Southwest Airlines sent Fox News the following statement: “When Southwest Airlines Captain Bryan Knight was just five years old, he made a trip to Dallas Love Field to send his father, Col. Roy Knight, off to the Vietnam War. That day in 1967 would be the last day he saw his father as just a few months later Col. Knight’s jet was shot down and he went missing in action for decades.”

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The statement continues, “Earlier this year, Captain Knight learned that his father’s remains were positively identified which began the mission of returning Col. Knight to his home in North Texas. Today, his son flew his father home to Love Field where he was received with full military honors to express a nation’s thanks for his dad’s service to our country. Our Southwest Airlines family is honored to support his long-hoped homecoming and join in tribute to Col. Knight as well as every other military hero who has paid the ultimate sacrifice while serving in the armed forces.”

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California gang member in custody after stabbing, robbery spree that killed 4, wounded 2: police

A “documented gang member,” who police said “should have been in prison,” was responsible for a two-hour stabbing and robbery rampage in Southern California that killed four people and injured two, authorities said Thursday.

Garden Grove Police Chief Tom DaRe told reporters that Zachary Castaneda “could have injured or killed many other people” had he not been apprehended as he walked out of a convenience store in the neighboring city of Santa Ana, dropping a knife and a gun he had taken from a security guard he had just killed.

Police told reporters the violence appeared to be “random,” with DaRe adding that Castaneda was “violent” with detectives who attempted to interview him Wednesday night and was kept in restraints.

“He never told us why he did this,” the chief said. “We know this guy was full of anger.”

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Police work the scene of a stabbing in Santa Ana, Calif., Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2019. A man killed multiple people and wounded others in a string of robberies and stabbings in California’s Orange County before he was arrested, police said Wednesday.  (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)

Police said the violence unfolded across eight crime scenes in Garden Grove and Santa Ana, including an apartment complex, a bakery, an insurance office, a gas station and a Subway restaurant. The attacker and four of his alleged victims were described as Hispanic, the other two were described as Caucasian.

The two people who were injured in the attacks, a 44-year-old Hispanic man and a 54-year-old Hispanic woman, had undergone surgeries and were listed in stable condition.

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Castaneda has a conviction for possession of meth for sale while armed with an assault rifle, said DaRe, who added that investigators were still putting together his entire criminal history, he said. Officials didn’t specify what crimes sent Castaneda to prison or when he was released, but the chief said the suspect should “never have been considered for early release” from prison based on his prior arrest record.

Garden Grove police Lt. Carl Whitney said police had previously gone to Castaneda’s Garden Grove apartment to deal with a child custody issue. The suspect’s mother had been living with him and had once asked police how she could evict her son, he said.

Whitney said Castaneda stabbed two men to death during a confrontation after he allegedly burglarized their apartment. Police said one of the men died inside an apartment and another was found wounded on the balcony and died at a hospital.

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One of the victims at the apartment was identified as Romanian immigrant Helmuth Hauprich, 62. Hauprich’s son, Erwin, told The Associated Press that his father had called him and said his passport, green card, sword collection and even a dining table were taken from the apartment.

Erwin Hauprich said his father never called back and he went to check on him after hearing there had been a stabbing at the complex.

A police officer told him that Helmuth Hauprich had been taken to the hospital, where he died, the son said. He said he was told his father’s roommate was killed in the apartment.

Whitney told reporters a bakery also was robbed where Castaneda allegedly threatened a clerk with either a gun or a knife and took cash.

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Zachary Castaneda (Garden Grove Police Department)

The bakery owner, Dona Beltran, said she was sitting in her car charging her cellphone when she saw a tattooed man get out of a Mercedes and go inside the business. Beltran, 45, followed him inside to offer help but kept quiet when she saw him trying to open the cash register.

She then ran out of the shop and yelled she was being robbed before taking refuge in a nearby dental office, she said. He ended up taking the entire register with him, which had about $200, she said.

“I saved myself because I was in the car,” she said in Spanish on Thursday. “Thank God I am alive.”

Castaneda also robbed an insurance business, where the 54-year-old woman was stabbed several times and “almost killed,” Whitney said.

“She fought as best she could,” said the lieutenant, who added that Castaneda was armed with “some sort of machete knives” when he confronted the woman and got away with cash.

He then went to a check-cashing business next door, according to Whitney, where an employee “threw cash at the suspect.” He then took off again.

Police said shortly after 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Castaneda drove up to a Chevron gas station, where he attacked a man pumping gas “for no reason.”

“There was no robbery,” said Whitney, who added that the victim was stabbed in the back and “his nose was nearly severed off his face,”

Whitney said undercover detectives tracked Castaneda’s silver Mercedes to the parking lot of the 7-Eleven in Santa Ana and within a minute of their arrival, the suspect walked out of the store, carrying a large knife and a gun that he had cut from the belt of a security guard he allegedly stabbed shortly before.

Police ordered the man to drop his weapons and Castaneda complied.

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Whitney told reporters after Castaneda was taken into custody they learned that a man who was about to enter a nearby Subway restaurant also had been fatally stabbed during a robbery.

Whitney said surveillance cameras caught some of the attacks.

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Charges have not yet been filed. Police said they are still processing evidence from eight different crime scenes and once they reviewed all the evidence the district attorney’s office will file charges.

Castaneda is scheduled to be arraigned on Friday.

The Associated Press contributed to this report. 

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Danny Trejo on saving baby girl from crashed SUV: ‘Thank God I was in the right place at the right time’

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Fresh off playing the hero by saving a trapped baby from inside a crashed SUV in Los Angeles, iconic Hollywood villain Danny Trejo spoke to Fox News’ Shep Smith about the experience.

“I just thank God I was in the right place at the right time,” he told Smith on Thursday.

“I got into the car, but I couldn’t unbuckle the seatbelt… If the baby wasn’t in that car seat, it probably would have died. Because it tore off the whole backseat. And so this little girl, Monica Jackson, she reached her little hand in, to be able to push that button and that’s when I got the kid out.”

Trejo said he could tell the child had special needs and tried to distract him from going into shock by talking about “superpowers.” He also said he wanted to keep the child away from the scene while rescue workers tried to save his grandmother from the wreckage.

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“I knew immediately that this kid was special needs and he started stiffening up, going into shock so I just kind of started talking about superpowers and you got to use your superpowers. And so he flexed and said, ‘superpowers’ and then we kind of walked away from the wreck. And I noticed people shaking their heads saying, don’t bring him over here because grandma was bleeding pretty bad,” he said.

Trejo added, “When the fireman got there, they were talking about the jaws of life but this one fireman was a strong sucker, and he pushed the car up. They tore open the door and then got grandma out. They cleaned her off with my t-shirt, and then got all the blood off of her and then the fireman said, come on and bring the kid. So I brought the kid and he kind of calmed down a little bit.”

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Trejo said he was on his way to do some work on his car and felt obligated to step up and answer the call because God expects people to help one another when they’re in need.

“I was on my way calmly to Chubby’s Automotive where I work on my cars, I’m one of the celebrities that works on their cars. I don’t buy them. And it just happened,” he said.

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“It’s like, in this world we’re supposed to help each other. That’s what we are supposed to do. I think that’s the way the good Lord wants us to be — is just help each other. So I just tried to help.”

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Ex-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe sues DOJ over dismissal

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe sued the Justice Department and the FBI Thursday over his dismissal from the bureau last year, arguing that the agencies bowed to political pressure from President Trump.

The lawsuit accuses President Trump of scheming to “discredit and remove DOJ and FBI employees who were deemed to be his partisan opponents because they were not politically loyal to him” and claims former Attorney General Jeff Sessions and current FBI Director Christopher Wray created a pretext to force him out in accordance with the president’s wishes.

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Then-acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe appearing before a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on June 7, 2017. (AP)

“Trump demanded Plaintiff’s [McCabe’s] personal allegiance, he sought retaliation when Plaintiff refused to give it, and Sessions, Wray, and others served as Trump’s personal enforcers rather than the nation’s highest law enforcement officials, catering to Trump’s unlawful whims instead of honoring their oaths to uphold the Constitution,” the lawsuit says.

Sessions fired McCabe on March 16, 2018, after a Justice Department inspector general report found he had repeatedly misstated his involvement in a leak to The Wall Street Journal regarding an FBI investigation into the Clinton Foundation. The watchdog office referred the matter to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Washington, which has been investigating.

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The federal complaint also contends the FBI and Justice Department strayed from established policies, with Wray refusing to tell McCabe why he was being fired and a senior Justice Department lawyer telling McCabe’s own lawyer that they were “making it up as we go along.”

McCabe has denied any wrongdoing and said that when he felt his answers were being misunderstood, he tried to correct them. He was terminated after 21 years of service and only 26 hours before his planned retirement date.

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The lawsuit by McCabe was filed two days after former FBI agent Peter Strzok, who wrote anti-Trump text messages while investigating the Republican campaign’s alleged ties to Russia, filed a lawsuit arguing that the FBI caved to the “unrelenting pressure” of the president when it fired him.

Fox News’ Jake Gibson, Andrew O’Reilly, and Brooke Singman and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Karl Rove: Joaquin Castro tweeting Trump donor list was ‘thuggish behavior’

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Rep. Joaquin Castro, D-Texas, was recklessly partisan when he tweeted out a list of prominent San Antonio-area Trump donors, according to Karl Rove.

“This is thuggish behavior,” Rove said of Castro — whose twin brother Julian is running for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination — Thursday on “The Daily Briefing.”

“This is the kind of attempt to shame people into not contributing to political candidates with whom Castro disagrees.”

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The former adviser to ex-President George W. Bush claimed the lawmaker tweeted the list of more than three dozen names and employers because he wanted to shame them and keep customers from patronizing their businesses.

“The clear purpose of that was to discourage people from going to that business — to physically harm that business by discouraging people from coming,” he said, pointing to a popular local barbecue whose retired owner was named by Castro.

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Rove also criticized some 2020 Democratic hopefuls for how they have responded to the pair of mass shootings last weekend.

“The response of some members of the Democratic presidential campaign field were to say that the president of the United States was ‘responsible’,” he said.

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“That was the word used by Cory Booker. That was the word used by [Beto] O’Rourke.”

Earlier this week, O’Rourke drew Trump’s ire when he claimed the president, “inspired” the attack through his alleged “racism” and rhetoric against illegal immigrants.

Booker, the ex-mayor of Newark, N.J., used the term “responsible” in his criticism of the president.

Adding to his criticisms of Booker and O’Rourke, the Fox News contributor claimed it was also irresponsible for the Democratic National Committee and some 2020 candidates to solicit campaign donations in the wake of the mass shooting.

Fox News’ Joseph Wulfsohn and Gregg Re contributed to this report.

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College football host: Technology has destroyed communication and activity among young people

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ESPN reporter Marty Smith claimed young people are losing the ability to communicate in real-time, on “The Daily Briefing” Thursday, and said they’re turning away from sports in favor of tech and social media.

Smith discussed a new study conducted by Utah State University for the Aspen Institute, showing a seven percent decline in young people playing sports over the last ten years, with the average child quitting altogether by age 11.

“I don’t know why. I don’t understand it. Except for the amount of stimulus that’s coming at our young people today,” he said.

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“I have three young children. They would rather sit on their iPad than be outside playing. Now, I’m a little bit of a hard-headed daddy and I tell them to get out there and play. But I think it’s just this world. Do you know what I fear? I fear that there’s going to be a generation that can’t do what you and I are doing right now.”

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Smith said children of today struggle to make proper eye contact and express their feelings because they have become lost in cyberspace, and are dependent on a digitized world to get them through the day.

“They can’t meet, look each other in the eye and communicate because they’re texting that to each other. It scares me,” he said.

Smith also said when he was growing up, sports were a tool to release energy, learn teamwork and held the key to understanding the true nature of sacrifice.

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“[Sports] was everything. It was our outlet,” Smith said earlier in the interview. “I grew up in an area where our parents shoved us out the door in the morning and said don’t come home until we yell for you to come eat dinner. And we played football, basketball, baseball, Wiffle ball. You name it, we played it. it’s all we did.”

He added, “Sports give you this unbelievable opportunity to learn selflessness, to learn accountability, to learn teamwork, to learn sacrifice… And it’s sad. Seeing [the study], saddens me.”

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Trump 2020 spokeswoman: Joaquin Castro’s doxxing only emboldened Trump donors

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Trump campaign spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany said Rep. Joaquin Castro‘s, D-Texas, doxxing of the presidential donors has only fueled the fire, and inspired more people to come forward to help boost the commander-in-chief’s coffers ahead of 2020.

“We have historic fundraising. We expect that to continue,” she said Wednesday on “Outnumbered Overtime.”

“One donor who was targeted, who was on that list, anonymously told The Daily Caller, this is actually having the reverse impact. It is emboldening our donors,” McEnany continued.

“She said she was on the phone with donors, with friends, who are not yet donors but who said because of this — they are donating to President Trump. So when they do this and target Trump supporters and donors, they embolden our base. They embolden our donors and it will fuel our fundraising.”

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Castro tweeted out a list of Trump donors from El Paso on Tuesday and was confronted about trying to shake them down politically by MSNBC host Willie Geist. Castro defended the tweet by saying all the information he released was publicly available.

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On Thursday, McEnany accused Castro of trying to put the squeeze on Trump supporters to dampen their spirits and silence their civic voice, in an effort to bolster his own political agenda.

“The motive of this is to make this as painful as possible to be a Trump supporter. The left does not want President Trump holding rallies,” she said.

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“They don’t want him receiving donors. They don’t want us out there talking about illegal immigration. So what do they do? They demonize anyone who is a supporter. It’s why Hillary Clinton called us all deplorable. It why Joe Biden said we are the dregs of society… That is their motive.

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“Demonize us so we back down. But we are not backing down. We are showing up. It’s why President Trump has thousands waiting outside his rallies and many camping out the night before.”

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report

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South Carolina man, 37, gets life sentence for impregnating 10-year-old girl, officials say

A 37-year-old South Carolina man was sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday after raping and impregnating a 10-year-old girl who was watching cartoons when the assault occurred, officials said.

Tony Orlanda Singleton was convicted of first-degree criminal sexual assault after a two-day trial at the Hampton County Courthouse, the 14th Circuit Solicitor’s Office said in a news release.

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“This girl should be getting ready to go back to school, making friends, braiding her hair – things other girls her age typically are engaged in,” said prosecutor Hunter Swanson of the 14th Circuit Solicitor’s Office. “Instead, she’s in a courtroom, reliving a horrific ordeal.”

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Singleton has previous convictions for traffic and drug offenses, the solicitor’s office said. (14th Circuit Solicitor’s Office via AP)

Singleton, who knew the girl’s mother, entered a room where the 10-year-old was watching “SpongeBob SquarePants” in April 2016, turned off the lights and raped her, the solicitor’s office said.

A few months later, the girl’s mother took her to get an abortion, officials said. The child then told a forensic interviewer how she’d been forced into intercourse.

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A DNA sample from the fetus proved Singleton was the father, according to the news release.

A jury handed down its verdict after deliberating for less than an hour. Circuit Judge Carmen Mullen then delivered a life sentence without parole.

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19 bodies found hung, butchered in suspected Mexico gang turf war

Mexican police have found 19 dead bodies, some hung from an overpass and others butchered and dumped on the street, in what authorities suspect is a gang turf war, according to a report.

In the state of Michoacán, nine bodies were found in the city of Uruapán hanging from an overpass. Seven other bodies were chopped up and dumped on the road, with three additional bodies hacked up and left further down the road.

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In the state of Michoacán, nine bodies were found in the city of Uruapán hanging from an overpass. Seven other bodies were chopped up and dumped on the road, with three additional bodies hacked up and left further down the road.  (file picture) (AFP/Getty)

There was also a drug cartel banner hanging on the overpass that was not entirely legible. It read in part, “Be a patriot, kill a Viagra,” according to the AP. Authorities suspect the banner is from the bloodthirsty Jalisco drug cartel, whose rival is the Viagras gang.

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“Certain criminal gangs are fighting over territory, to control activities related to drug production distribution and consumption. Unfortunately, this conflict results in these kinds of acts that justifiably alarm the public,” said Michoacán Attorney General Adrián López Solís.

Some of the bodies were hung with their hands bound and others with their pants down. Two of the bodies hanging on the overpass were women and were half-naked; one dismembered body was also a female. All the victims had been shot to death.

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The act is a sobering reminder of the height of Mexico’s drug war, in 2011 and 2012, when dozens of bodies would be dumped in piles along highways, including many decapitated bodies.

“This kind of public, theatrical violence, where you don’t just kill, but you brag about killing, is meant to intimidate rivals and send a message to the authorities. This kind of cynical impunity has been increasing in Michoacán,” according to Alejandro Hope, a Mexican security analyst.

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This year, Mexico has surpassed its own homicide record, which is up 5.3 percent – with 17,608 homicides – when compared to the first part of 2018.

Mexico boasts a population of more than 129 million people. Uruapán, located approximately 250 miles west of the country’s capital, Mexico City, had a population of approximately 315,000 as of 2010.

The Associated Press contributed to this story.

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