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Continued: Mpls. clergy reach out to ease fear after good Samaritan slaying

  • Article by: JOY POWELL , Star Tribune
  • Last update: February 6, 2014 - 9:30 PM

Meetings with police leaders

He’s met with police chiefs in New Hope, Brooklyn Center, Robbinsdale, Crystal and Minneapolis about how guns are proliferating throughout the area, where they’re coming from and how they are getting into the hands of young people, Smith said.

And he met with Hennepin County Sheriff Richard Stanek last Friday about holding a workshop this summer to encourage people to call anonymous tip lines about crimes, without worry that officers will show up on their doorstep, Smith said.

“Are we going to watch our community being held hostage day in and day out, where people are too paralyzed by fear to speak up?”

 

Joy Powell • 612-673-7750

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