Ronnie  Woolfolk, center, spoke during a meeting that was held Monday to brainstorm about ways to stop gun violence in Lexington in the wake of a recent series of shootings.
Ronnie Woolfolk, center, spoke during a meeting that was held Monday to brainstorm about ways to stop gun violence in Lexington in the wake of a recent series of shootings. Herald-Leader
Ronnie Woolfolk, center, spoke during a meeting that was held Monday to brainstorm about ways to stop gun violence in Lexington in the wake of a recent series of shootings. Herald-Leader

Public meeting in Lexington addresses recent violence

July 07, 2014 11:20 PM

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