Community calls for change after 6 shootings left 3 dead in Brooklyn Sunday
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BROWNSVILLE - Religious leaders and community advocates from Brownsville and East New York gathered at the site of a fatal shooting today, calling for an end to violence after six shootings left three people dead Sunday.
The group held a press conference at the Howard Houses at 260 Mother Gaston Blvd. in Brownsville, where 21-year-old Aaron Utsey was fatally shot Sunday.
The suspect who killed Utsey hasn't been arrested and community leaders are calling for the suspect to turn themself in.
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Community leaders are also asking for the city to form a community task force with the NYPD and NYCHA as violence at public housing complexes is on the rise.