In 2013, Chicago's homicide rate dropped significantly, but the death count surpassed New York City and Los Angeles.  On July 2, 2013, two gunmen opened fire on a group of young adults in Chicago’s West side neighborhood of Austin. A bullet struck 19-year-old Ashley Hardmon — affectionately known as “Muffin” — in the back of the head.
       
     
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 In 2013, Chicago's homicide rate dropped significantly, but the death count surpassed New York City and Los Angeles.  On July 2, 2013, two gunmen opened fire on a group of young adults in Chicago’s West side neighborhood of Austin. A bullet struck 19-year-old Ashley Hardmon — affectionately known as “Muffin” — in the back of the head.
       
     

In 2013, Chicago's homicide rate dropped significantly, but the death count surpassed New York City and Los Angeles.  On July 2, 2013, two gunmen opened fire on a group of young adults in Chicago’s West side neighborhood of Austin. A bullet struck 19-year-old Ashley Hardmon — affectionately known as “Muffin” — in the back of the head.

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