By Stacia Glenn
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — Halfway into the year, six people have died by police officers' bullets in the city — four last month — more than annual totals in recent years.
San Bernardino police officials said a loss of life is always cause for concern but that the slow, steady rise in shootings is not due to policy breakdowns or trigger-happy cops.
So. Calif. city sees more violence, officer involved shootings