'Defund Police' painted at Grand Rapids officials' homes



GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — Police in Grand Rapids are investigating “Defund Police” messages spray-painted on driveways at the homes of city officials and at a government parking garage. Police Chief Eric Payne called it “bullying and intimidation.” Payne says it “crosses the line.” Police released photos of the messages and a picture of a suspect outside one of the targeted homes. Anyone with information can call (616) 774-2345. A member of the Grand Rapids City Commission has proposed cutting the police budget by $9 million.

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