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10.14.2004
TV Station Airs Gun Safety Announcement

WJZ-TV in Baltimore, Maryland, this week will begin airing a series of 15-second public service announcements stressing the importance of gun safety to parents, teens, and children. The ads are funded by a grant from Project Safe Neighborhood.
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10.14.2004
Crime Rates in Louisiana Town are Down

Lake Charles city and police officials report that 2003 crime statistics are down nearly 4 percent. Project Safe Neighborhood is one of the initiatives helping the city fight crime.
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10.6.2004
Undercover Investigation Leads to Drug and Firearm Conviction

A Worcester, Massachusetts, man was convicted October 5 on federal firearms and drug offenses. He was arrested after an undercover investigation by the Worcester Police Department.
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