Yasmon Haynes, second row near the middle, was one of the people featured when Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer thanked the community on June 14 for its support in fighting a recent crime wave during his monthly media address.
Yasmon Haynes, second row near the middle, was one of the people featured when Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer thanked the community on June 14 for its support in fighting a recent crime wave during his monthly media address. JIM GUY Fresno Bee file
Yasmon Haynes, second row near the middle, was one of the people featured when Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer thanked the community on June 14 for its support in fighting a recent crime wave during his monthly media address. JIM GUY Fresno Bee file

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