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A Michigan prosecutor says he will announce on Thursday whether charges will be filed in the death of Patrick Lyoya, the Black motorist who was shot in the back of the head by a Grand Rapids police officer in April. Kent County Prosecutor Chris Becker would only say that he would disclose his “charging decision” at an afternoon news conference in Grand Rapids. Video shows 26-year-old Lyoya was killed by Grand Rapids Officer Christopher Schurr after a traffic stop.
Other headlines for June 8, 2022:
- Michigan Supreme Court rejects appeal by GOP candidate for governor
- Detroit Department of Transportation seeks public feedback on how to improve service
- “Senior Project Fresh” event aims to support local farmers, promote healthy eating habits
- Wayne State University is hosting a virtual panel to discuss racism in medicine