Glasgow garners supports for upcoming trial

Pastor Kenneth Glasgow will go before a judge on Friday morning for a public hearing for the murder of 23 year old Breunia Jennings on March 26th. 

The community activist was arrested and charged with capital murder after police believe that Glasgow was the driver of the vehicle where 26 year old Jamie Townes fired shots that killed Jennings. 

Glasgow has received numerous support from people within the community. 

"He was probably just think he was probably going to be able to help remedy a situation to keep somebody else from having to go to jail for using the car, taking the car," said Charles Herring. 

Glasgow has even garnered support from outside of Dothan as well. 

"He was not involved with the killing of this girl at all, he just happened to be on the scene," said Reverend Raymond Brown  of National Action Now. 

Brown meet Glasgow through working with his brother Rev. Al Sharpton and feels Glasgow should not be charged with capital murder. 

"I think its a grave injustice and I think they are targeting him of his outspoken and community involvement around social justice and i hope that the police department will realize that people coming way from New Orleans to support Reverend Glasgow this is important," said Brown. 

The public hearing will take place Friday April 6th at 9AM. 


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