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Dallas neighborhood on “lock-down” after 14 antigay hate crimes

On Friday, Mayor Mike Rawlings also went door-to-door to help assure residents he is doing his best to address the issue and to let them know CrimeStoppers has increased its reward for information in the attacks from $5,000 to $10,000.

So far, there are still no leads yet on suspects in any of the assaults.

Hubbard, who is still recovering from his injuries, is encouraging people to be extremely cautious.

“I’m not saying avoid the streets and lock your doors,” he told WFAA-TV, “but don’t travel alone.”

h/t: Dallas Morning News

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