Has crime in California, homelessness, put state at turning point? – USA TODAY

LOS ANGELES – Ron Wyghtman has watched L.A. and his small corner of Venice change drastically over decades.
The 66-year-old remembers when the city saw violent crime reach historic highs in the 1990s with gangs, murders and a crack epidemic. It got safer. But now, Wyghtman says he sees it both backtracking and moving toward a new crisis.


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