SPRINGFIELD, Vt. (AP) - Residents in Springfield, Vt., say they are outraged about growing crime in their neighborhoods and they have presented a list of possible solutions to improve things.
The Eagle-Times reports the most recent concern was sparked by a shooting on July 9 that resulted in arrest on a charge of attempted murder.
Residents asked police to combat drug use a priority and increase foot patrols. They also asked for greater communication between the school district and the city.
They made their comments Monday at a select board meeting.
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