Nicole Clavo speaks in February after police announce an arrest in the slaying of her son Jaulon that has symbolized a worrisome spike in Sacramento’s violent crime. City Manager John Shirey proposed a budget Monday that calls for more spending on police and anti-crime efforts.
Nicole Clavo speaks in February after police announce an arrest in the slaying of her son Jaulon that has symbolized a worrisome spike in Sacramento’s violent crime. City Manager John Shirey proposed a budget Monday that calls for more spending on police and anti-crime efforts. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file
Nicole Clavo speaks in February after police announce an arrest in the slaying of her son Jaulon that has symbolized a worrisome spike in Sacramento’s violent crime. City Manager John Shirey proposed a budget Monday that calls for more spending on police and anti-crime efforts. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file

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