One by one they came to look in East Cleveland. The same area where the bodies of Sheetisha Sheeley, Shirellda Terry and Angela Deskins were found.
Volunteers and the community group Black on Black Crime Inc. covered a lot of ground.
The call was for 300 men to join the search. About 30 showed up but the message was still strong.
Leonard Davis volunteered his time and said, "It is my duty as a man to help after these atrocious crimes. I need to get involved."
They searched woods and abandoned homes. The idea was for the volunteers be seen so others would join.
No new victims were found and this group hopes to drive some of the fear out of East Cleveland.