Lt. James Campbell of the East Lansing Police Department met with Glencairn homeowners who are concerned about what they feel is a recent increase in property break-ins. ELi’s Brad Minor brings us a report on what was said and what might be done to combat the problem.
As the area grapples with fallout from a Lansing police officer repeatedly striking a Black 16-year-old girl, East Lansing Human Relations Commission is continuing work on creation of a citizen review board to look into citizen complaints made against East Lansing police and paramedic/fire officers.
City Council recently discussed whether to again make some marijuana uses count as misdemeanors (crimes) in East Lansing. But where did this idea come from, and who thinks it's a good (or bad) idea? ELi's Andrew Graham and Alice Dreger report.
East Lansing Police arrested a 59-year-old man June 10 following an attempted robbery at Flagstar Bank. ELi’s Brad Minor spoke with Deputy Police Chief Steve Gonzalez about how officers responded to the situation and were able to quickly apprehend a suspect.
In the wake of sharp criticism, a drafted plan for a citizen review panel for complaints made against East Lansing police and fire officers will be scrapped. ELi's Dan Totzkay reports what justice advocates want to see now in terms of process and product.
East Lansing Deputy Police Chief Steve Gonzalez updates ELi regarding statistics that show a slight increase in theft, and explains how residents can take steps to deter criminal activity in their neighborhoods.
A local 16-year-old runaway girl has returned home safely. ELi's Jessy Gregg spoke with Deputy Chief Steve Gonzalez for more information about how the ELPD handles missing person cases and brings you this report.
East Lansing's City Council is considering creating a new review board for complaints lodged by the public against East Lansing Police and Fire personnel. But the proposal and the process have some advocates concerned. ELi's Chris Root reports.