INDIANA — On Sunday, an Indiana Gazette story cited a crime drop in recent weeks as the community largely stayed at home during the coronavirus shutdown. But it belies a dangerous trend connected to the quarantine. Domestic violence incidents are on the rise — including, experts say, in areas which are not experiencing a reported increase in calls for help.
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