Missouri Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson recently walked the streets of Ferguson, Mo., and talked with residents. And the town’s leaders promised actions to reconnect with the predominantly black communityin the St. Louis suburb.
Missouri Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson recently walked the streets of Ferguson, Mo., and talked with residents. And the town’s leaders promised actions to reconnect with the predominantly black communityin the St. Louis suburb. <137>Jeff Roberson<137><137><252><137> AP FILE PHOTO
Missouri Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson recently walked the streets of Ferguson, Mo., and talked with residents. And the town’s leaders promised actions to reconnect with the predominantly black communityin the St. Louis suburb. <137>Jeff Roberson<137><137><252><137> AP FILE PHOTO

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