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Statesboro officials aim to mandate cameras, gates for apartment blocks
Ordinance draft follows complaints of repeated near-miss gunfire at Morris Heights complex
Morris Heights gunfire - car shot
The rear window of the car of a resident of Morris Heights Apartments on Morris Street in Statesboro was shattered by a gunshot during an incident in early May at the complex, where multiple shots were fired. (Special to the Herald)
Statesboro officials now have a draft for a city law to require security cameras and gates at new or remodeled apartment complexes. Meanwhile, Morris Heights, an older complex where several gunfire incidents were reported this spring, is expected to install cameras voluntarily, possibly this week.
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