After hundreds rioted in Baltimore, residents and business owners tried to pick themselves up – cleaning the streets, repairing their neighborhoods. McElderry Park is one neighborhood that needed repair the next day. James Fletcher was checking in on folks when he stepped into a check cashing store in East Baltimore. Rioters had broken windows, the door, stolen an atm machine, busted another one, and taken the cash. Fletcher is the director of a mentoring program, MentorPlus COBC, in McElderry Park. When the rioting broke out, he says he recognized some of the faces in the streets.