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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Mark Valle, 15, Identified As Norwalk Shooting Victim; When will the shootings stop in Norwalk

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Breaking News from Norwalk
Randy Economy
• Mon, Mar 26, 2012
(Personal note:  Now is the time for the Mayor of Norwalk, Cherie Kelley to call a summit meeting to openly talk about the rash of murders that have taken place Norwalk during the past six months involving our children.  Enough is enough.  What do you think?  Can the City of Norwalk be more pro-active on this issue? Do you feel safe in Norwalk?

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Norwalk teenager Mark Anthony Valle, 15, has succumbed from gunshot wounds he suffered last Wednesday in what law enforcement officials are classifying a “possible gang-related incident.”
He was shot multiple times while he was at a location near a popular hamburger stand at the 11900 block of Firestone Boulevard in Norwalk last Wednesday when he was approached by  two male suspects, according to Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department officials.
Valle collapsed, and was transferred to a local hospital where he later died from his injuries.
Dr. Ruth Perez, Superintendent of Schools for the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District told Los Cerritos Community Newspaper that Valle was a past freshman at John Glenn High School....

For the entire article on Los Cerritos Community Newspaper click here

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1 comment:

Reyanna Ford said...

Markie Valle is my cousin. He was/Is a good kid. He would do anything for anyone. In reference to your question... No way... I moved out of Norwalk in 98 after my best friend, William "billy" meikle was shot and killed. I walked every inch of the city without fear until that day. The sad thing is the people of Norwalk are GOOD people it's the local police that corrupt it. They have made it what it is today by there profiling people and killing them because they feel they are the threat to their existence. They are the ones that are to protect and serve and instead have divided a city for life. So when we ask when will the shootings stop.. Well when will we make our police officers that accountability for destroying the city and making it what it is today a city in fear for its kids and its future. http://articles.latimes.com/1998/apr/24/local/me-42525