HEATHER EIDSON / BEACON NEWS
New memorial crosses have been placed
on the Vaughn family lawn in Oswego.
BY DENISE CROSBY
The crosses go up; the crosses come down ... and the debate goes on and on about just how long a community should mourn when tragedy strikes. In the Oswego cul-de-sac where Kimberly Vaughn and her children once lived before being brutally murdered, that issue is even more sensitive because the privacy of neighbors has been trampled on by nosey media, police investigators and curiosity seekers drawn to the home where the so-called perfect family once lived. Can you blame the folks next door for getting a little cranky?