Neighborhood Watches cut 7th Division crime
Armed with large flashlights, two-way radios and neon-colored shirts, some members of a block watch group in Highview have taken to the streets under the name "The Walkers." Captain Mary Greve is one of about a dozen members of the Penn-Pines Neighborhood Watch who regularly walk the streets in Highview in hopes of deterring criminals or catching ...
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#1 Mar 5, 2010
How do you retrieve the whole article?
I went to the Courier Journal website, but because this article was written in November of last year, they want you to pay $4 to see it! BOOOOOOO! Communist Journal!
#2 Mar 5, 2010
kudos to these people! Taking responsibility and working with the police instead of against them!
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