At least two organizations are mobilizing in response to Sunday's triple shooting in Huntington Station.
The Greater Huntington Civic Group will host Suffolk County Police Second Precinct commander Insp. Edward Brady Thursday at 7 p.m. at the VFW Nathan Hale post on West Pulaski Road. Brady is "invited to answer questions on crime, gang violence and the relationship our town leaders have with the local authorities," the organization said.
Saturday morning, the plan a peace march, assemblying at 9 a.m. at Lincoln Farms apartments parking lot on East 9th Street. Sunday's shooting of three people seated in a car, which has been blamed on gang rivalries, occurred across the street from
The march will proceed to the organization's headquarters at 1399 New York Avenue and then on to Manor Field. Community residents are invited to participate.