Baton Rouge working to increase gun safety
BATON ROUGE - City-parish officials are holding a press conference today to discuss the importance of gun safety in Baton Rouge.
Three people died as a result of accidental shootings within the last few weeks in East Baton Rouge Parish. Officials are expected to discuss ways people who own guns can secure them safely in their homes.
Scheduled to attend are Mayor-President Kip Holden, District Attorney Hillar Moore, Coroner Beau Clark, Sheriff Sid Gautreaux and Chief of Police Dewayne White.
News 2's Adrian Pittman will have more on what they have to say tonight on News 2 at 5 and 6.
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