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PA Attorney General Kane Speaks With I-Team's Andy Mehalshick About Crime

Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane put out a call for action to citizens to get involved in the fight against crime. Kane came to the Eyewitness News studios to speak with the I-Team's Andy Mehalshick
State Attorney General Kathleen Kane says the fight against crime can only be won if citizens get involved-Kane came to the Eyewitness News studios in Wilkes-Barre Wednesday to talk about the crime concerns in Northeastern Pennsylvania- Kane told the I-Team's Andy Mehalshick that gangs and drug dealers are her major focus--Kane said, "We have launched our Mobile Street Crime Unit and it is already paying dividends-- Our agents are on the ground 24-7 and tracking those who carry out street crimes,-"  Kane said troubled areas like Sherman Hills in Wilkes-Barre are on her radar-- Kane urged citizens to get involved, "They must call in tips they are the eyes and ears of the police"-- State Senator John Yudichak who has helped push tougher anti-crime laws in Harrisburg joined Kane at Eyewitness News and said, "We can put all the resources we want on the street but it will not work unless the community is engaged"-
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