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It was a second chance for community leaders and police to come together Tuesday night in Marshall, Texas.
Marshall Police and Marshall Against Violence joined forces hoping to find common ground.
They hosted a town hall meeting to talk about ways to create better relations between police and the community they serve.
MPD says this is part of an ongoing effort made more urgent by recent shootings in Baton Rouge and Dallas.
Tuesday's meeting was controversy free, unlike the July 27 meeting where Marshall City Commissioner Michael Mitchell was removed and arrested for disrupting the meeting.
On Tuesday, the Harrison County District Attorney dropped the charges against Mitchell