Perhaps, but newspapers in Florida routinely provide the street and block of those that end up in the crime blotter.
Newspapers everywhere do that. But I think in special circumstances like this one papers should re-evaluate the policy.
No need to reevaluate anything here. It's just as valid in this case as it is in any other.
One reason papers identify a block and street is because many people's names are common, so there's a need to differentiate.
Exactly. Nobody wants the wrong Darren Wilson to get lynched.