Kirsten Spall and her son Robert Spore play catch in April 2016 at McClatchy Park, which Oak Park residents have worked hard to make safer for children. However, Sacramento employees say they often find used needles in the bushes there.
Kirsten Spall and her son Robert Spore play catch in April 2016 at McClatchy Park, which Oak Park residents have worked hard to make safer for children. However, Sacramento employees say they often find used needles in the bushes there. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
Kirsten Spall and her son Robert Spore play catch in April 2016 at McClatchy Park, which Oak Park residents have worked hard to make safer for children. However, Sacramento employees say they often find used needles in the bushes there. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com