'I'm scared', Anchorage neighbors air crime concerns at town hall

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Anger and frustration filled a town hall meeting in south Anchorage Monday night -- as neighbors talked about crimes they've experienced in Anchorage. The discussion left lawmakers promising changes.

People packed into the lunch room at Abbott Loop Elementary from 6:30 to 8 p.m. The event was hosted by the district's representative, Charisse Millett, but it drew people from around the city.

For some, it was a chance to voice their concerns face to face with lawmakers and law enforcement.

'I'm scared', Anchorage neighbors air crime concerns at town hall

'I'm scared', Anchorage neighbors air crime concerns at town hall

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