Cleveland foster father calls for better library security after son is shot and killed

Cleveland foster father calls for better library security after son is shot and killed



we won't be for that and if I can do anything they're gonna carry on his name a Cleveland foster father determined to keep his son's memory alive after two teens shot and killed 19 year old Brandon cut know at a Cleveland public library branch he's now pushing for better security at City Libraries and as five on your side investigator Joe Paganica shows us he's also calling for more people to give young people a safe place to call home well Brandon cut knows foster father doesn't believe that there were any security personnel right here at the Brooklyn South Branch Library when his foster son was shot and killed last Tuesday night and he doesn't believe that there were any working metal detectors here at the scene Don I love him I miss him I find myself calling for him to come and eat Ralph Dempsey fights to hold back the tears his foster son of four years Brandon cut know is gone an 18 year old and 16 year old now charged in his killing but Dempsey believes if the library had better security his foster son may still be alive library should have security they should have working metal detectors period and there's too many other kids in there that could have got hurt at the same time Dempsey who's been a foster parent for twenty years and is a foster father to six other children says Brandon was among the best he ever cared for I never had an issue with Brandon if I told Brandon to do something Brandon was on it 1 2 3 he was really caring it's very tragic to me to be interviewed after this type of incident leaders and adoption network Cleveland say more foster father-son relationships like Ralph and Brandon are desperately needed with the adoption waiting list growing to more than two thousand in Cuyahoga County alone we have way too many kids on the streets too many kids that is out of foster care that need help don't know where to get to help meanwhile Dempsey is in the process of raising funds to create an even bigger foster home in memory of the foster son he lost and I will open Brandon's home and it will be an honor of him and I'll take in more kids just like him and according to court documents both the 18 and 16 year old were charged with aggravated murder the juvenile in this case also charged with felonious assault and aggravated robbery reporting here in Cleveland I'm 5 on your side investigator Joe pakootas

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