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Attack on Lada Gaga's dog walker fits 'disturbing trend' in LA

LOS ANGELES – When Lady Gaga's dogwalker was shot in Hollywood last week as he tried to fend off assailants who stole two of the singer's French bulldogs, the attack not only made international headlines, but fit into a local crime pattern raising alarm among Los Angeles police officials: More robbery victims being shot.

Calling it a "disturbing trend," LAPD Asst. Chief Beatrice Girmala told the L.A. Police Commission this week that

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