In light of recent violence in Pitt County, Pitt County's United Citizen's against violence is looking into the possibility of having a curfew imposed.
In light of a double murder which took place in front of a Greenville convenience store last weekend, in which the three suspects are described as teenagers, community leaders say, something has to change.
Some teenagers WITN talked with, oppose the curfew, saying it's the parent's responsibility to keep track of their children and impose curfew times.
However, some parents agree with the idea citing too much violence on the streets these days.
This issue will be discussed more at the organization's next meeting, which will be July 21st, at The Next Generation Church.
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