Charity helps teens in abusive relationships
by Margot Carvallo
12:55 PM, Wednesday, February 25
One local man has started a charity to honor his daughter, who was killed by her ex-boyfriend. In 2006 Brookhaven resident Andrew Crecente started The Jennifer Ann Crecente Memorial Group Inc. to honor and remember his 18-year-old daughter, shot t...

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