How safe are women in Cleveland?
Many have been asking that question since Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight were rescued from a home on the west side, where they were held captive for 10 years.
And on the east side, multiple women have been murdered, abducted and assaulted since March.
“That is scary; that is really scary,” said Jeannette Triplett, “I mean it don’t seem to care about the age the race or anything.”
A meeting was held Monday night at Williams Chapel Church on E. 93rd St. to address those concerns and fears.
The church sits right in the middle of the area where the crimes keep happening.
Police have begun calling it the “E. 93rd Corridor” for that reason.
“Our women, until we find this predator or predators, are scared every day,” said Zack Reed, Councilman Ward 2.
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article courtesy of Fox8Cleveland.com