The weight of two Fruit Belt shootings hung over the heads of Buffalo's Fruit Belt residents Saturday morning, particularly the deaths of 54-year-old grandmother Yvette Johnson and her grandson Kyrie Johnson on July 2nd.

"Tears, you know...it's hard to hold them back," said local resident, Terrance Heard. "Just think...that could be your child, your brother, your sister, your son."

Two other men were injured during that shooting, and less than four weeks later, another shooting from the same address, with two more injured victims.

Enough is enough, said the neighbors of a growing list of shooting victims, joining together in the First Centennial Baptist Church for an emergency meeting.

"If you come into the fruit belt area, and you want to wreak havoc, it will not be tolerated, because people are going to work together," said Darius Pridgen of the Ellicott District Council on Saturday morning.

Flanked by other community leaders, pastors, and police, Pridgen joined concerned neighbors who wanted to do their part to bring some order and safety to their community.

Some of their suggestions: an open line of communication with Buffalo police, and the installation of new cameras to keep surveillance on well-known problem areas.

Pridgen said it was obvious that people want to do whatever they can to make sure they don't see any more neighbors killed.

"If you see something, say something, that's the biggest thing," said local resident and activist, Maria Miles. "People are not speaking up once they see things happening or occurring in their areas."

"The police don't solve crimes, the community has to be an integral part," said Deputy Commissioner Joseph Gramaglia, who also attended the meeting. "It's unfortunate it takes tragedy to get a meeting like this, but the more people feel comfortable coming up, talking to us, giving us the tips that they need, we can hopefully get a successful conclusion to this case."

Buffalo Police now believe the shootings are gang-related, and believe they have someone in custody related to the shootings, held on unrelated charges.

A $4,000 reward is being offered for any information that leads to an arrest in the Johnsons' murders and rewards are being offered for information for Thursday night's shooting.

Call Crime Stoppers Buffalo at 716-867-6161 or download their app "Buffalo Tips" and leave an anonymous tip.

You can also call the Buffalo Police Confidential Tipline at 716-847-2255.