Mayor Lea: Short-term solutions needed to battle Roanoke gun violence

Within the first four days of May, three people were injured and one person died following reports of shootings in northwest Roanoke. This spike in violence in the Star City is particularly concerning for Mayor Sherman Lea and the city's Gun Violence Prevention Commission.

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