MUSKEGON HEIGHTS, Mich. (WZZM) – Muskegon Heights council members addressed safety concerns and pushed for more progress, following Tuesday's double murder.
"It went from the street and the drive by violence to domestic occasions now," said Councilman Eddie Jenkins. "Really bad domestic violent occasions."
Until recently, Jenkins lived just doors down from 62-year-old victim Judy Bushman.
Another council member, Anthony McDonald, who works at a local funeral home told WZZM 13 that the violence and crime needs to end immediately and it's up to the public to take a stand.
"We really need the help from the community," McDonald said. "Because a lot of the times when we get the call [the crime] has already been done."