Jennifer Trapuzzano takes the Blue Pledge

Jennifer Trapuzzano takes WTHR's Blue Pledge (photo submitted by Jennifer Trapuzzano)
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The widow of a 24-year-old Indianapolis man murdered during his morning run back in April publicly took WTHR's Blue Pledge as part of National Night Out.

Jennifer Trapuzzano posted a picture of herself taking the pledge to our online photo gallery Tuesday night with the message:

Thank you for doing this #BluePledge movement to help fight our city's crime. As a personal victim of this crime, I cannot tell you how much I appreciate the efforts of WTHR and the Indianapolis community to help make a difference.

I, JENNIFER TRAPUZZANO, PLEDGE TO:
- Take a Stand.
- Make the call. If I see suspicious activity, call 9-1-1.
- Call Crime Stoppers at 262-TIPS, if I see non-emergency gang or drug activity.

Sincerely,
Jennifer Trapuzzano


Click here to join Jennifer and take the Blue Pledge yourself.

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