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Concerned Clergy pray for DeLand, Florida

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Published on Jun 15, 2013

Bishop Henry James Jr. urges the DeLand community to call on Jesus to heal recent racial tensions that arose in connection with the death of Marlon Brown, who was run over by an officer from the DeLand Police Department. Brown failed to stop May 8 when an officer tried to pull him over for not wearing a seat belt, and in the pursuit that followed, Officer James Harris ran Brown over when Brown exited his vehicle. DeLand Police Chief Bill Ridgway fired Harris May 31, saying he had not met departmental standards. A Florida Highway Patrol investigation of the fatality is ongoing. The Concerned Clergy, a coalition of DeLand-area pastors, called the community to this meeting at Greater Bethlehem Baptist Church June 13 to pray for the city and its leaders, and will host another community meeting at 5 p.m. Saturday, June 14, at the Dr. Noble "Thin Man" Watts Amphitheater, 322 S. Clara Ave. in DeLand. Henry Jr. was one of several pastors who spoke at the Friday-night event. "When you don't obey the Lord, the Lord is a terror to you. When you don't obey the law, the law is a terror to you," he told the group assembled at the church.

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