ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Maress Scott says the number of shootings and killings in St. Pete has reached an alarming level.
“Right now, St. Pete is in a state of emergency. And right now, we need all hands on deck,” he said.
It’s personal for Scott, having lost his own son to gun violence in 2019. That led him to start a non-profit with the hopes of saving other young lives before it is too late.
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