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Posted: 10:11 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013
CHARLOTTE, N.C. —
People living in the Hidden Valley neighborhood discussed important problems troubling their community. However, the neighborhood president asked for Channel 9 to leave the meeting. Several residents showed up at Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School to meet with members of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department. Some of them told Eyewitness News before the meeting they believe Hidden Valley gets a bad reputation. "It's crime everywhere. I don't know why they pick on Hidden Valley so much," said Feaster Lightner, a resident. Eyewitness News has told you about a new injunction to stop gang activity in the neighborhood. Last week, police served copies of a judge's order to stop gang activity in the neighborhood to 20 accused members of the Hidden Valley Kings. It's now a crime for suspected gang members to associate with each other.
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