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" Take Back Our Community" meeting set in Falls City

(KLZA)--Following an initial meeting in May,  a group calling itself “Take Back Our Community” has formed  in an effort to help slow down the amount of crime in Richardson County.

The Richardson County Sheriff's Department scheduled the May meeting, reaching out to the public concerning the problems communities are experiencing with criminal activity.

There has been a rash of crimes, especially thefts, which law enforcement believes is a direct result of drug use, drug sales and drug manufacturing.  

On Wednesday evening, June 20th, the public is invited to a 7  o'clock meeting of this new group at the Richardson County Law Enforcement Center on the west edge of Falls City.

The public is urged to attend  this meeting and ask questions and hopefully bring answers to help make Richardson County a safer place for everyone including your children and grandchildren. 

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