PHOTOS: Murrieta police chief and pastor pray together for unity

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Murrieta Police Chief Sean Hadden bows his head in prayer in an effort to form unity during this time of unrest sparked by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Chief Hadden and Pastor Willie Oliver both organized the prayer for anyone to attend at the Murrieta Police Station. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Willie Oliver, Pastor of Grace & Truth Worship Ministry in Lake Elsinore and NAACP Branch 1034 President leads a prayer for attendees at Murrieta Police Station, June 2 in an effort to promote unity and honor the life of George Floyd who died during use of force by Minneapolis police officers. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Murrieta city dignitaries and other guests socially distance themselves during a unity prayer led by Pastor Willie Oliver at the Murrieta Police Station. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Murrieta Police Officers bow their heads in prayer in an effort to form unity led by Pastor Willie Oliver. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
People raise their hands in prayer in an effort to promote unity to this period of unrest after George Floyd died during use of force by Minneapolis police officers. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Nehemiah Moore, 5, plays around a veterans memorial in front of the Murrieta Police Station while attending a prayer for unity with his family. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Murrieta city council member Christi White, meets attendees at a prayer for unity at the Murrieta Police Station led by Pastor Willie Oliver. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Murrieta Police Chief Sean Hadden (left) speaks with Duane Fitzpatrick after a prayer for unity led by Pastor Willie Oliver at the Murrieta Police Station. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo