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Residents fed up with violence seek remedy from Toledo Blockwatch

TOLEDO (WTOL) - There have been three murders in Toledo within the last week. Needless to say, people are nervous -- and committed to doing something about the violence in their neighborhoods.

Fortunately, the best blockwatch program in the country is right here in Toledo.

Click the attached video to watch Jonathan Walsh's full report. He talks with residents Tamra Weills and Aspacia Tears and gets important information about neighborhood safety from Michael Dearth, the city chair for Toledo Blockwatch.

Here's the link:

http://www.toledopolice.com/blockwatch.html  

 

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