2 dozen gather for anti-violence prayer rally at Fish Park

Community members held a peace prayer and offered alternatives to violence today in the wake of a shooting that injured four teens at an Ocean Hill playground.About two dozen people gathered today at Fish Park to engage in an anti-violence prayer rally. They are also planning ways to keep kids busy and safe, like a community Olympics and a basketball tournament.Darren Wint is charged with four counts of attempted murder, criminal possession of a weapon and assault in connection with the playground shooting. All four teenagers hurt in the shooting are expected to be OK.Cops: Teenage gunman behind Ocean Hill playground shooting

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