CAPE TOWN - The Grassy Park Policing Forum on Thursday required a finish to weapon viciousness following a four-year-old was killed in Ottery.
Scarlett Cottle was trapped in a crossfire between rival posses on Wednesday night. The young lady was inside the family's Wendy house at that point.
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Verdant Park CPF administrator Melvin Jonkers said there had been group brutality nearby since the end of the week.
He said the local area had assembled and done everything they could to battle wrongdoing.
"We as a whole are making an honest effort to think of plans, we've had a few walks, the CPF had follow up gatherings with the local area of Ottery."
Jonker said this was a blameless youngster who was trapped in the crossfire and that rankled the local area.
"There's commotion; the local area isn't content with what has happened, they're truly not cheerful."
He said they would prepare once more.
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