Cleveland's 4th District Police Department holding safety meeting after crimes against women

CLEVELAND - Cleveland Police Department's fourth district will hold a safety meeting Monday at 6:30 p.m. at Williams Chapel Church.

Officers plan to address the recent attacks on women in the East 93rd Street and East 116th Street areas. They also will talk about how residents can keep safe.

Within the last couple of months, two women reported they were attacked in the East 116th Street area. One said the crime occured at East 116th Street and Continental, the other woman reported she was attacked nearby.

Since March, the bodies of Jasmine Trotter, Christine Malone, and Ashley Leszyeski were found in different areas along East 93rd Street.

Council members from several different wards plan to attend Monday night's meeting.

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