One question: Who has these guns? Law-abiding citizens or criminals? The local CBS News
Seven thousand two hundred thirty-four. If Chicago is your home, that number tells you something about your city, and police say it's not necessarily good.
As CBS 2's Kristyn Hartman reports, there have been 7,234 guns recovered or confiscated by Chicago Police so far this year. When you think about it, that's about one gun for every 400 people, in a city with an ordinance that prohibits them.
Chicagoan Robert Herbert hears gunshots all the time in his neighborhood. He says lots of people have them.
"All the time, every day, yesterday, the day before yesterday," Herbert said.
Police are finding some of the guns.
"So far year to date, there's been seven thousand, two hundred and thirty four firearms recovered in Chicago," said Deputy Chicago Police Chief Nick Roti. . . .
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