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Local police meet with religious groups after Texas church shooting

Springboro Police met with local church pastors to discuss any potential safety issues surrounding the local faith community after a recent church shooting in Texas left 26 people dead.

Springboro Police Chief Jeff Kruithoff hosted a meeting of local church pastors to discuss “the concept of church security and safety,” the city posted on its Facebook page. “With the recent church shooting in Texas, the chief felt it was a good time to gather the pastors to discuss the issue of keeping people safe while attending services and also wanted to take the time to discuss the role of the churches when a tragedy strikes a community,” the post stated. 

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The shooting at a church in Sutherland, Texas left 26 dead including several children. Authorities say Devin Patrick Kelley entered the Texas church and killed members of the congregation in the attack, including the unborn baby of one of the women slain.

Springboro police said they are willing to meet with any local groups that might have concerns about safety. Read the post below:

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