3 Shootings In the Last Week Has Tuskegee Residents Concerned
Three shootings in Tuskegee in the last six days leave many residents concerned, so city leaders are stepping in.
Mayor-Elect Johnny Ford is calling it a crime wave. Three shootings that have left two people dead. Ford says he's taking action and wants residents to join his efforts.
Ford says for Tuskegee residents, there's nothing scarier this Halloween than knowing three shooters are at large.
The second happened Sunday just after church let out. Authorities say a teenager was shot and killed at the Auto Pride Car Wash on West Montgomery Road.
Erick Butler passes the spot every time he walks his dog.
Ford also plans on starting more neighborhood watch programs, and sitting down with the police department to find out what equipment they need.
Ford is holding a town hall meeting tomorrow at 5:30 in the Macon County Court House. He is asking residents to come out, ask questions and voice their concerns.