CLEVELAND -- As the search continues for two brothers accused of exchanging gunfire, a vigil was held Tuesday evening for the man allegedly struck by their bullets.
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Community groups along with family and friends gathered to remember James Swindler III. He was standing in his driveway Sunday when he was hit by stray bullets apparently coming from two brothers exchanging gunfire.
One of Swindler's relatives spoke with Channel 3 News about what they think is happening in the community.
"We are the example... we just don't know our community any more," said Indya Allen, Swindler's aunt.
Arrest warrants are out for Carvin and Jonathon Catron. They're considered armed and dangerous.