So far this year, there have been 12 child victims of homicide in Nashville. It ties a 15-year high set in 2015, and it’s only October.
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Metro police can’t be everywhere at all times. They can’t patrol every alley all hours of the night.
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A camera in the doorbell captures any motion within 30 feet, and has an owner-controlled speaker.
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Worrick Robinson, who defended Cory Batey, is now sharing his experience and how he’s using it to prevent future assaults.