CROWN POINT | Flickering candles placed in white paper bags Monday illuminated the names of more than 140 women and men who have died in Lake County since 1995 at the hands of those who swore they loved them.
Lake County Sheriff John Buncich told those assembled at a St. Jude vigil Monday that his officers are receiving more training this year to help fight domestic violence. The vigil was at First United Methodist Church in Crown Point.
Ryan Elinkowski lights candles in honor of the three people who died in Lake County in domestic violence incidents this year. The candles were part of a St. Jude vigil against domestic violence Monday at First United Methodist Church in Crown Point.
Luminaries line the walls of the First United Methodist Church in Crown Point Monday during a St. Jude vigil remembering all of those of died from domestic violence.
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