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Street Scene Has the Trayvon Martin shooting changed your view on the role of Neighborhood Watch?

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Posted: Monday, April 16, 2012 12:00 am

Asked by News-Sentinel photographer Ian Jonsson on School Street in Downtown Lodi
Eric Schneider Liane Roberts Roland Anderson Ramona Henninger Joseph Jurado
San Francisco Valley Springs Lodi Lodi Lodi
Client associate Teacher Substance abuse coordinator Sheri’s Sonshine Nutrition Center Student
“No. I think that some things just happen. It is unfortunate, but neighbors should still look out for each other.” “Yes. I think that if you’re on Neighborhood Watch, you shouldn’t necessarily carry a gun.” “No. We had a Neighborhood Watch that was beneficial. One bad person doesn’t ruin it for everyone.” “No. I think Neighborhood Watch is important. I’m a Neighborhood Watch captain, but I’m not a vigilante.” “No. I do Neighborhood Watch in my community, but I wouldn’t shoot anybody.”

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