After Andre Jackson was sentenced for the murder of an 11-year-old Near Northside resident, residents and officials gathered outside the now-closed shelter where Jackson had lived, voicing fears it might reopen. On Monday, the Salvation Army discussed its plans for the property, which it says will not reopen as a shelter.
The North Main Street facility, which had graffiti on its walls and a “For Sale” sign out front last week, will be partially demolished, according to Tom Forney, chairman of the group’s local advisory board.
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