Local mother works to ‘Stop the Gun Violence’

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A local mother is working to "Stop the Gun Violence" after her own child was shot and killed.

Cameron Selmon died last October when a gunfight broke out at Tennessee State University.

He was caught in the crossfire.

Five months later, police have not made an arrest.

His mother, Stacie Payne, not only wants answers for her family, but she doesn't want any other families to go through the same heartache.

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