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  • Hundreds gather in Rock Hill for 'Unity in the Community' event

    Officers from the Rock Hill Police Department and the York County Sheriff's Office met with hundreds of area residents at the "Unity in the Community" event in downtown Rock Hill on Tuesday. York County Councilman Bump Roddey coordinated the meet-and-greet event, which included leaders from an interracial coalition of community and faith leaders. The gathering gave officers and residents the chance to push for togetherness in the wake of recent police shootings in other parts of America.

Officers from the Rock Hill Police Department and the York County Sheriff's Office met with hundreds of area residents at the "Unity in the Community" event in downtown Rock Hill on Tuesday. York County Councilman Bump Roddey coordinated the meet-and-greet event, which included leaders from an interracial coalition of community and faith leaders. The gathering gave officers and residents the chance to push for togetherness in the wake of recent police shootings in other parts of America. Tracy Kimball
Officers from the Rock Hill Police Department and the York County Sheriff's Office met with hundreds of area residents at the "Unity in the Community" event in downtown Rock Hill on Tuesday. York County Councilman Bump Roddey coordinated the meet-and-greet event, which included leaders from an interracial coalition of community and faith leaders. The gathering gave officers and residents the chance to push for togetherness in the wake of recent police shootings in other parts of America. Tracy Kimball

In tense time, Rock Hill, York County police meet - and hug - their community

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