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Concerned Citizens of Saginaw want justice for Milton Hall

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SAGINAW, MI (WNEM) -

More than 100 residents met a Saginaw's Ephesus Seventh-Day Adventist Church Friday night to learn the latest about the death investigation of Milton Hall.

Hall was shot at 46 times by Saginaw police on July 1 and suffered fatal wounds.

The Concerned Citizens of Saginaw informed the residents of the latest on Hall's investigation.

"The attorney general office, as we understand, has joined in the investigation with the Saginaw County Prosecutor, now, still today, as we speak, we don't know what the outcome of that state police investigation report is," said spokesperson for the Concerned Citizens group Gary Loster.

Loster is also the former Saginaw mayor and the city's former police chief. He said he wants more answers from the investigation.

"Was it justifiable or was it not? Simply keep the investigation transparent and keep the people aware of what's going on," said Loster.

Loster called for changes to the city managing the police department. He wants to see an oversight on the department, including the Department of Justice and local citizens becoming involved.

But the Concerned Citizens of Saginaw said Friday night the top priority is to hold those in charge accountable. They pledged to keep pressure on the city and state officials until there is a final answer of what happened to Hall.

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