Roanoke starts block watch program

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By Linda Ireland

 Residents in the Roanoke area are forming a neighborhood watch program.

LaRue County Sheriff Merle Edlin met with a group of about 15 residents last week at Powerhouse International (formerly Roanoke House of Prayer).

“We gave a few pointers and answered questions about what they can do – and can’t do,” said Edlin.

Several people from the rural area shared similar experiences, said Edlin. An unidentified man has been knocking on doors, then running away; and standing in yards, looking at or in houses.

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