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Eye On America (Houston, Texas / Crime) #342901

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 17, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Houston: Bob McNamara) Efforts by Houston residents to protect themselves from rising crime there featured; scenes shown. [MAN, WOMAN - comment on fear of crime.] [Houston policeman Mike WALSH - talks to suspects; comments on crime, extra police protection purchased by residents.] [Resident Ken NIENHEUS - talks about his safety.] [Resident Coleman CAMPBELL - says she doesn't go out at night.] Booming security business in Houston noted. [Digital Alarm Systems Mark NOVOSAD, resident Amelia GILES - talk about alarm security.] [Intoxicated driving SUSPECT - recites alphabet.] Citizen patrol in Houston neighborhoods noted. [Patty BENOIS, WOMAN, gun store CLERK - talk about owning guns.]

McNamara, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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