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Kingsway Shooting

 

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There was once a shared love for one another in the city of Monroe. Blacks greeted one another, whether they were acquaintances or strangers, with respect. Somehow that respect for one another has gotten lost throughout the years. It has gotten so bad, one now dares not to speak to younger Blacks nor think to help offer correction in their shortcomings. What happens after the love is gone? According to police reports, police rushed to Kingsway Apartments in the 4200 block of Elm St. across from Roy Shelling Elementary School to a fatal shooting that claimed the life of Anius King on Tuesda...



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