The 69-year-old remains in custody, but he's been moved to a Michigan Department of Corrections medical center to receive treatment for COVID-19. It's believed he caught the virus inside the Muskegon Correctional Facility from a cellmate.
The two City leaders explained they created partnerships with what they're calling "good promoters.” They are young people who know what's legally allowed and are trusted by the Mayor and Police Chief to organize events in line with the rules.
Dramatic video captured by Treal Magazine pans through the epicenter of Saturday’s thousand-person party and shows a fight break out between several women. Several tense moments later, you can hear gunfire erupt before the video comes to a stop.
ABC12′s Ann Pierret took to Facebook to ask the community what they can do to help stop the violence in their neighborhoods. More than 100,000 people viewed the post and hundreds commented on what they think will make an impact.
The first-- create a specialized investigative team within the Flint Police Department aimed at getting illegal guns off the streets.The second-- fill the 14 vacant positions at the police department.And third-- launch a gun buyback program.