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"They're trying to please me for what happened, by doing what we asked them to do before."Two days earlier, Gil was unloading his car inside his garage when a stranger put a gun to his head and told him to empty his pockets.
The gunman sped away in the 71-year-old's 2006 station wagon, while the couple's dog Breezy barked from inside their modest brick bungalow.
Things have gotten so bad now, that I've changed my mind."Petty crime, response On a recent Saturday, on the other side of town, Mauzkie Ervin seethed as he rolled his big garbage can across four lanes of busy traffic.
It wasn't that he'd been a victim of a petty crime, he said, but lackluster policing.
She said reporters must shed light on how poorly residents are treated — even put in danger, such as with her fire hydrant.
At a council meeting this month in the predominantly black suburb, Kellogg, who is black, referenced what he called the "strangulation, annihilation and castration of African-American men around the country" before suggesting the Tribune was giving him a "public castration."Cameron isn't persuaded.
The Williams said they saw little progress, despite Gil's pleas to City Hall, warning them someone could get hurt. But they wish the suburb had shown that kind of effort before the robbery.
Even now — with two of the garages taken care of — Katy, 69, feels it's still too dangerous to go to her garage at night."I used to say, 'I'm not going to let nobody run me out of my house.' …
It was a longtime fear of the couple, who had regularly complained to city officials about the four abandoned garages along their alley.
They worried that criminals could hide there, using them to prey on kids walking to school, or older residents using the alley to get to their garages.
Yet she said those at City Hall have simply shrugged. Ignored until robbery The mayor visited the block because of what happened across the street to Cameron's neighbors, Gil and Katy Williams.