DEXTER, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- One year after the murders of Amy Bagley and her children, Monica and Coty, the Dexter community is still rallying around the Bagley family and their cause of domestic violence prevention.
In June of last year, Stephen Lake killed his estranged wife and her two children before killing himself.
Since then, the community has held several events and fundraisers in the family's memory.
On Sunday, more than 700 people participated in the second annual Amy, Coty and Monica 5K Run/Walk in Dexter.
All of the proceeds will help establish a fund for proposed legislation that will require domestic violence perpetrators to wear GPS ankle bracelets.
According to one of the legislation's proponents, State Representative Ken Freddette (R-Newport), the bracelets would alert potential victims when the perpetrator was in the same area.