Police Respond To Argument Following Community Meeting

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NORTH ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- St. Louis Police responded after things got too heated at a community meeting on crime in north St. Louis. Alderman Chris Carter of the 27th Ward held the meeting at the New Northside Conference Center on Goodfellow Saturday.  According to Carter, after the meeting he was approached by his opponent in the upcoming election, Pam Boyd, and her husband.

Police were called in when an argument broke out. Boyd's husband was cited for peace disturbance.