Crime is a big concern for many communities across eastern Carolina and Tuesday night communities and law enforcement came together for a show of solidarity.
Getting the community involved is the goal of National Night Out--an event to raise awareness for crime prevention.
That awareness was served up with hot dogs and other fun activities for residents of Greenville by its own police department. In its fourth year for the event, the police department made sure it was the largest. Over 65 vendors set up their tents with information about a variety of community programs for both kids and adults.
Tuesday night marked the 26th year for National Night Out.
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