“I had no idea until you all showed up these kids were missing since last Friday. I think Durham Police Department needs to do a better job …
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The change comes down to the need to shift resources within the police department, officials said.
“My first thought was I’m never going to feel safe again,” the woman who owns the home said.
The mission relies on donations from the community.
“That sight will stay with me for the rest of my life,” said Judy Benoit.
“I did not want to get back in my car, I wanted to burn the car,” she said.
The school was supposed to open in the fall, but push-back from the community has slowed the process.
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