Mayor Sarno’s war on violent crime

Springfield Mayor, Domenic J. Sarno, is incensed at the uptick in violent crime in his city.

The Mayor, in a no holds barred conversation with Brad Shepard, cites low bail and poor performance on the part of some judges, for the problem of repeat offenders on the street.

The Mayor also outlines the city’s participation in the national program, My Brother’s Keeper, as part of the effort to get crime in Springfield under control.