Wednesday, April 3 2013 4:06 PM EDT2013-04-03 20:06:49 GMT
19 Action News is learning more about a man arrested for questioning in the killing of Jazmine Trotter, one of three women violently attacked in recent days in the same part of the east side of Cleveland.More >
19 Action News has learned of a second arrest in connection with a series of violent attacks on women in the same part of the east side of Cleveland.More >
Tuesday, April 2 2013 10:14 PM EDT2013-04-03 02:14:11 GMT
19 Action News has learned of a break in the murder mystery a surrounding the death of Jazmine Trotter. Trotter was one of three women violently attacked in the same part of town in recent days. We'veMore >
19 Action News has learned of a break in the murder mystery a surrounding the death of Jazmine Trotter.
Police are stepping up patrols in wake of two murders on Cleveland's east side.
19 Action News spoke with a woman walking home alone Wednesday night. She was in a hurry because she says she's afraid after the murders and a sexual assault on the east side. The victims were all women.
"I'm trying to get home because I'm walking and I don't feel safe out here and I want to get home," said the unidentified Cleveland woman. "Where they found that girl body at -- I gotta go past that house. I don't want to go past that house cause I'm scared of it, cause anything can happen to me while I'm out here."
Cleveland Police tell us they are stepping up patrols in the wake of the crimes.
Two cop cars were seen in a hour cruising the East 93rd and Bessemer area. It's the same location where Christine Malone was found dead and not far from there 20-year old Jasmine Trotter's body was found.
Does the police presence make a community feel safer? The woman are too afraid to show her face says no.
"There are people getting killed over here and you aren't doing nothing about it. Police aren't doing nothing about it so what am I supposed to do," added the Cleveland woman.
In the meantime there is a growing makeshift memorial in the field where one of the victims was found and growing concern for who is responsible.
There is a community meeting planned for next week detailing how women can stay safe.
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Several Windsor police officers, along with State Police and members of the Major Crimes division continue to investigate at a home on Bina Avenue. Officers could be seen going in an out of the 2-familyMore >
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The Metro Nashville Emergency Communications Center says employees received 162 false 911 calls from a child playing with an old cell phone in less than 24 hours. Officials say the calls started aroundMore >
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