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Reverend Asks for Community Involvement to Help 'Stop the Violence'

Stop The Violence activists met with Little Rock Police representatives to ask the community to end the blood shed.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Anti violence activists met Friday afternoon to call for a change in the amount of violent crimes being committed in Little Rock.

Stop The Violence activists met with Little Rock Police representatives to ask the community to end the blood shed.

Already in 2014 we've seen two homicides, a man shot in his home on College Street Wednesday and a woman found in a burned apartment building earlier this week.

"We want to send our thoughts and prayers out to that family and also bring some closure to their family and community," Rev. Benny Johnson said. "That's where you come in, we need your help."

The reverend is asking the community to be more involved in their neighborhoods, so we won't set record homicide numbers.
 
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