The East Lansing Police Department, or ELPD, has found the investigation into an allegation of excessive force to be "not sustained," meaning the allegation cannot be proven or disproven. This was announced at a public hearing Thursday.
Members of East Lansing joined together in protest of alleged police brutality. This event was prompted from a viral Facebook post alleging East Lansing Police Department use of excessive force.
Country Mills Farms filed a religious freedom lawsuit against the City of East Lansing after the city refused them a license to vend at the city's farmers market. The city's license refusal followed the farm excluding same-sex couples to use their farm for weddings. The non-jury trial between Country Mills and the city is set to take place on Sept. 14 at the Western District of Michigan.