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Guardian Angels launch city patrol, expand across US

Guardian Angels Delonte Melson (back to camera), Jason Correa (middle) and Rudolph Norris (right) stood outside a store in Codman Square yesterday. Guardian Angels Delonte Melson (back to camera), Jason Correa (middle) and Rudolph Norris (right) stood outside a store in Codman Square yesterday. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Suzanne Smalley
Globe Staff / March 31, 2007

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The Guardian Angels, the controversial citizen force that began patrols in Dorchester yesterday afternoon just hours before a teenager was shot aboard a T bus in the neighborhood, is expanding its operations in a number of cities across the country as violent urban crime increases nationwide. (Full article: 1259 words)

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