Some western Michigan community residents say aggressive police don't fit their small townAssociated Press
Aug. 05, 2014
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BARRY TOWNSHIP, Michigan — Residents of a small western Michigan community want their police chief fired after he appointed dozens of reserve officers and acquired armored vehicles in an aggressive law enforcement push.