MUSKEGON – Anger and frustration within the Muskegon community has continued over the lack of information released by law enforcement officials about the nearly month-old shooting of a Muskegon man.
It’s something Rev. hopes to address during a community meeting on Tuesday. , president of the Muskegon branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, is hosting a townhall-style meeting at 6 p.m. at Community Church about the shooting of.
With no information Marc Savard Jersey coming from the police department, there are stories running different directions. We want to try to help that, said. Since the Sept. 23 shooting of by a Muskegon police officer, the Muskegon community have sought answers from law enforcement as to what led to the incident, said.
We’ve gotten to a point where there is more frustration over the lack of information. We want to inform the community the best we can, said. However, Michigan State Police officials – who are investigating the Matt Beleskey Jersey shooting – say the investigation is ongoing, and the officer who shot was seriously injured and only recently could be interviewed. Investigators say they are waiting for results of lab work performed on items turned over to the state crime lab, including the officer’s equipment and both men’s clothing, police said. The 38-year-old veteran Muskegon police officer, whose name has not been released by authorities, suffered serious head injuries from something other than a gunshot wound the night of the shooting, police said.
Hopefully, there is a report coming out real , said. We’ve got to the point, order for the community to heal and have better police community relations, that this meeting had to be the foundation. We want to use this to pull the community together. was shot dead around 1 a.m. a fenced backyard behind 1705 Pine after a foot and confrontation with the officer. Police said , a recent parolee with convictions that included resisting and obstructing police and drug delivery, fled from a vehicle during a traffic stop. Meanwhile, the NAACP is seeking independent investigations about the shooting from the U.S. attorney general and U.S. Department of Justice.