SARASOTA HERALAD TRIBUNE Last Modified: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 at 7:26 a.m. Two robbers reportedly took advantage of a driver who ran out of gas this morning, authorities said. At about 12:30 a.m., the victim was waiting at Chilk Avenue and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Way in Sarasota (NEWTOWN see map above) for his son to arrive with a gas can. A woman with a handgun and a man got out of a stopped car and the man took the victim's wallet, MORE FROM THIS SOURCE.
April 23, 2011 Newtown Fights Back Against Negative Perceptions of Neighborhood. Following a Good Friday service at the Greater Hurst Chapel, Newtown leaders, city and county officials and members of the police department gathered at the front of the church to stand up for the image of Newtown. Trevor Harvey, president of the Sarasota County NAACP, was the lone person to speak at the press conference.
The area, they say, has been unnecessarily characterized as a gang town by many in the press after 16-year-old Newtown resident Shawn Tyson allegedly killed two British tourists on April 16.
Harvey closed the conference by asking the press, the community and concerned parties to not portray the people of Newtown as “scoundrels, the ghetto, animals, gang ridden and all the other horrific names our community is being called. Instead, call us determined, call us over comers and call us people who are willing to turn our past struggles into tomorrows victories.”
Since the murder of British tourists James Cooper and James Kouzaris on Saturday, APRIL 16th in Newtown public housing, just 11 days ago, a car was hijacked at gunpoint by a fugative in Newtown, one man was shot in both legs on Martin Luther King Jr. Way in Newtown and now there was a armed robbery on Martin Luther King Jr. Way in Newtown.
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