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Cleveland: Leaders address neighborhood after violence

10:34 PM, Apr 9, 2013   |    comments
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CLEVELAND -- Police and community leaders are asking for the public's help after a string of violent crimes against women. 

Cleveland police are still looking for suspects after two women were killed and another on was attacked.

On March 20, Raven Freeman was attacked on East 116th Street while waiting for a bus.

On March 24, Jazmine Trotter was found murdered on East 93rd Street. Officers have charged a man in her killing.

Days later, Christine Malone was found dead in a field on Bessemer Avenue. Police are still searching for her killer.

On Tuesday night, leaders stressed their message of "see something - say something," and let the community to know they are there to help.

The Mount Pleasant Neighborhood is also looking to empower neighbors by holding Neighborhood watch sessions every Saturday over the next three weeks.

Anyone with information relating to these cases is asked to contact police at 216-623-5630.

WKYC-TV

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