A coalition of clergy groups in Jacksonville is sounding the alarm about violent crime on the city’s streets.
This as the city of Baltimore is cleaning up after riots that erupted after an African-American man died in police custody, his spine nearly severed.
Faith leaders worry the same type of unrest is just under the surface here in our area.
However Pastor Mark Griffin of the city’s A.M.E. Ministers Alliance says he disagrees with calls to institute a 9 p.m. curfew in Jacksonville’s high-crime neighborhoods.