BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Thursday morning, McCray will be arraigned on four counts of second-degree murder, for the City Grill shootings.
News of McCray surrendering at Channel 4 Wednesday, quickly circulated around western New York and came as a relief to many fearful residents.
Town of Tonawanda resident Karen Gray said, "I'm very glad they got him off the streets."
The massacre outside City Grill didn't stop Karen Gray's family from coming downtown. Not that the prime suspect turned himself in, they feel as though they can breathe easier.
"Somebody would have gotten him, so good thing. One less violent incident on our streets," said Gray.
Pastor Darius Pridgen says this is just another step in the ongoing healing process.
"People are coming together in the City of Buffalo and that is a great impact. You know we've never had grief counseling for instance at funerals now it has become a standard in our church," said Pridgen.
He says if more people work together, they can prevent future violence.
Gray said, "It's a shame that you can't feel safe coming downtown, although we do come down quite regularly and I think if you mind your business and stay out of places where trouble's brewing, you're all right."
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