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Marching to the Sheriff's Station and City Hall for Justice for Yanira Serrano Garcia
Alex Darocy
On June 6, family members, friends, and supporters held an interfaith vigil in Half Moon Bay for Yanira Serrano Garcia, the 18-year-old who was killed by San Mateo County Sheriff's Deputy Menh Trieu on June 3. After hearing from religious leaders of several denominations in front of Our Lady of the Pillar Catholic Church, a segment of the group marched around the corner to the San Mateo Sheriff's Half Moon Bay substation where a spontaneous, informal speak out was held. The group then marched to City Hall downtown and marched along Main Street.

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