Omahans hold vigil for domestic violence victims hours after Bluffs woman killed
Julie Medina holds two candles, one for Millisa Cox, during a domestic violence rally on the steps of the Douglas County Courthouse on Tuesday. Medina prosecutes domestic violence crimes for the Douglas County Attorney's Office. Cox was shot and killed earlier Tuesday in Council Bluffs during a domestic dispute with her husband, Darwin Cox.
Posted: Wednesday, October 16, 2013 12:00 am
Omahans gathered for a domestic violence candlelight vigil on Tuesday night, just hours after a Council Bluffs woman was killed during an apparent domestic dispute.
Domestic violence survivor Heather Duhachek, 35, called for better protection of victims as a crowd of 50 people stood in front of the Douglas County Courthouse.
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Wednesday, October 16, 2013 12:00 am.