Marriott, Hilton latest companies hit by US crime wave
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Hotels are getting caught in the nation's crime wave.
The father of a Marist College student was killed inside a Courtyard by Marriott hotel in what Poughkeepsie, New York officials have described as a "random" and "unprovoked" shooting. Two men were indicted Friday on charges related to the shooting death of the father, Paul Kutz, who was visiting the area for "Family Weekend" at the college of one of his three children.
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FOX Business reached out to Marriott for comment on the incident and how it is handling the U.S. crime wave, but the hospitality company did not respond by the time of publication.
The FBI’s crime statistics for 2021, released last week, show crime is not abating. "Violent crime continued to be a major issue in the United States, remaining at or near the 2020 level which saw a 5.6% increase compared to 2019" according to the FBI's Uniform Crime Report.