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Enough is Enough
Date: 4/18/2013 Album ID: 1640645
Mayor C. Kim Bracey, Police Chief Wes Kahley and community leaders came together on the steps of the York City Police Department for an "Enough is Enough" press conference Thursday April 18, 2013. Announcing new push to remove illegal firearms from the streets, the city has set up an anonymous text line for the collection. As part of the program, the firearms will be taken into custody by police without criminal charges being filed if they are reported through the tip line. John A. Pavoncello photos - jpavoncello@yorkdispatch.com
City resident Manuel Gomez, center, confronts police and community leaders during the Enough is Enough press conference, Thursday April 18, 2013.  Announcing a new push to remove illegal firearms from the streets, the city has set up an anonymous text line for collection. As part of the program, the firearms will be taken into custody by police without criminal charges being filed if they are reported through the tip line.
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Bishop Danny Evan, community and youth outreach coordinator for the York City Police Department, calls on parents to seek help to keep their children safe during the Enough is Enough press conference Thursday April 18, 2013. A new push to remove illegal firearms from the streets, the city has set up an anonymous text line for the collection. As part of the program, the firearms will be taken into custody by police without criminal charges being filed if they are reported through the tip line.
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Children from the Tidings of Peace Christian School on Poplar Street cam out to support Mayor C. Kim Bracey, Police Chief Wes Kahley and community leaders as they came together on the steps of the York City Police Department for an Enough is Enough press conference Thursday April 18, 2013. A new push to remove illegal firearms from the streets, the city has set up an anonymous text line for the collection. As part of the program, the firearms will be taken into custody by police without criminal charges being filed if they are reported through the tip line.
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Bishop Danny Evan, community and youth outreach coordinator for the York City Police Department, calls on parents to seek help to keep their children safe during the Enough is Enough press conference Thursday April 18, 2013. A new push to remove illegal firearms from the streets, the city has set up an anonymous text line for the collection. As part of the program, the firearms will be taken into custody by police without criminal charges being filed if they are reported through the tip line.
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Bishop Danny Evan, community and youth outreach coordinator for the York City Police Department, calls on parents to seek help to keep their children safe during the Enough is Enough press conference Thursday April 18, 2013. A new push to remove illegal firearms from the streets, the city has set up an anonymous text line for the collection. As part of the program, the firearms will be taken into custody by police without criminal charges being filed if they are reported through the tip line.
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Police Chief Wes Kahley outlines how illegal guns will be anonymously collected through a text tip line. Mayor C. Kim Bracey, Chief Kahley and community leaders came together on the steps of the York City Police Department for an Enough is Enough press conference Thursday April 18, 2013. Announcing new push to remove illegal firearms from the streets, the city has set up an anonymous text line for the collection. As part of the program, the firearms will be taken into custody by police without criminal charges being filed if they are reported through the tip line.
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Police Chief Wes Kahley outlines how illegal guns will be anonymously collected through a text tip line. Mayor C. Kim Bracey, Chief Kahley and community leaders came together on the steps of the York City Police Department for an Enough is Enough press conference Thursday April 18, 2013. Announcing new push to remove illegal firearms from the streets, the city has set up an anonymous text line for the collection. As part of the program, the firearms will be taken into custody by police without criminal charges being filed if they are reported through the tip line.
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Mayor C. Kim Bracey, Police Chief Wes Kahley and community leaders came together on the steps of the York City Police Department for an Enough is Enough press conference Thursday April 18, 2013. Announcing new push to remove illegal firearms from the streets, the city has set up an anonymous text line for the collection. As part of the program, the firearms will be taken into custody by police without criminal charges being filed if they are reported through the tip line.
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Mayor C. Kim Bracey, Police Chief Wes Kahley and community leaders came together on the steps of the York City Police Department for an Enough is Enough press conference Thursday April 18, 2013. Announcing new push to remove illegal firearms from the streets, the city has set up an anonymous text line for the collection. As part of the program, the firearms will be taken into custody by police without criminal charges being filed if they are reported through the tip line.
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Mayor C. Kim Bracey, Police Chief Wes Kahley and community leaders came together on the steps of the York City Police Department for an Enough is Enough press conference Thursday April 18, 2013. Announcing new push to remove illegal firearms from the streets, the city has set up an anonymous text line for the collection. As part of the program, the firearms will be taken into custody by police without criminal charges being filed if they are reported through the tip line.
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Mayor C. Kim Bracey, Police Chief Wes Kahley and community leaders came together on the steps of the York City Police Department for an Enough is Enough press conference Thursday April 18, 2013. Announcing new push to remove illegal firearms from the streets, the city has set up an anonymous text line for the collection. As part of the program, the firearms will be taken into custody by police without criminal charges being filed if they are reported through the tip line.
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Mayor C. Kim Bracey, Police Chief Wes Kahley and community leaders came together on the steps of the York City Police Department for an Enough is Enough press conference. A new push to remove illegal firearms from the streets, the city has set up an anonymous text line for the collection. As part of the program, the firearms will be taken into custody by police without criminal charges being filed if they are reported through the tip line.
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