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Many riot-damaged stores considered vital to their communities
Many riot-damaged stores considered vital to their communities

The day after rioting damaged scores of Baltimore businesses, Dwayne Weaver found his small pharmacy on West North Avenue in a shambles, the doors smashed and the glass shattered. Looters had emptied bins of prescriptions drugs, stolen the fax machine along with soda and chips, upended boxes and files, and left trash everywhere. "My heart sunk to the floor," said the pharmacist, who had sent employees home early and locked up April 27 as demonstrations erupted into violence on the day of the funeral for Freddie Gray, whose death after a spinal injury while in police custody sparked protests in Baltimore. Weaver had hoped trouble would bypass Keystone Pharmacy, a Penn North...

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