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About a dozen Killeen residents made their way to Killeen City Hall on Tuesday protesting about not being able to march against crime later this month in Killeen.

A Killeen man is claiming the city government is preventing his group from marching against crime.

Bryan King and more than a dozen people made their way to the Killeen City Hall on Tuesday after receiving word that city staff is allegedly refusing to let them hold a march.

Monique Brand - Killeen Daily Herald

Staff Reporter

Monique 'Mo' Brand joined the Herald fulltime in May 2019. Before that, she covered border coverage and county government in Arizona. She also worked as a reporter in Kerrville, Los Angeles, and Norfolk Virginia. Monique grew up in Killeen.

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