The Safety's Off: So, What Did a Non-Believer Learn at Saturday's Gun Buy Back?
|Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway and Trey Garrison at Reunion Arena Saturday|
We met Sonya Whitaker. She told us how she was turning in an old rusty revolver her granddad gave her that was useless. Her South Oak Cliff house had been burglarized twice, and she didn't want some criminal getting it.
She also told us the police weren't doing enough in South Oak Cliff to combat crime, and maybe turning in this old useless lump of iron might show good faith.
Sonya mused that if perhaps she showed that good faith, then perhaps her city would show faith in her community and patrol a little more often.