This progress is the result of a commitment to fight gun crime in the city and increased patrols that began in May. And for organizations that work in neighborhoods that are being patrolled, this progress is a step in the right direction. Justin Calabrese, of the Bethesda Trinity Center said "We're disturbed that the amount of weapons taken off the street has doubled, but we're very thrilled of the potential of this program taking place and the increased awareness and then the solution to this big problem."
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