Andrew Dys

June 14, 2012 11:37 PM

Community key to solving Rock Hill violent crimes

After two dismissals of Rock Hill murder cases because of lack of evidence, community leaders say that those who know about crime must report it to save the neighborhoods. Yet police must also do better.

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