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Denver police navigate guns, street names, victims to quell gang war

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Nolan Ware Jr. kisses his grandmother Tonia White while visiting his father’s grave in late May, as cousin Audric White Jr. stands nearby. Nolan

Nolan Ware Jr. kisses his grandmother Tonia White while visiting his father’s grave in late May, as cousin Audric White Jr. stands nearby. Nolan Ware’s shooting death on April 25 was one of three killings in the month that led Denver police and federal authorities to crack down on gang violence in the city. No gang-related killings have been reported since April 28. Tonia White visits her son’s grave at least every other day. His death, she says, has shaken her to her very core. (Joe Amon, The Denver Post)