R.J. Liberatore Jr./A group of residents marched through Pleasantville streets on Monday, May 6, demanding a chance to voice their concerns over the April 26 death of Alexis Perez. City police shot and killed the 19-year-old after he approached them while caring a knife.
PLEASANTVILLE _ Hurting residents and city officials on both sides of last month’s shooting tragedy shared their pain and concerns during an impromptu 30-minute session before Monday night’s City Council meeting.
A group of 70-plus residents, who said there are angry over the April 26 fatal police shooting of Alexis Perez, marched down First Avenue shouting “No justice! No Peace!” Then they filled City Council chambers to capacity to voice their concerns.