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BATTLE CREEK, MI — La’Ron Marshall believes the firing of the Calhoun County sheriff’s deputy who arrested him as he collected signatures is a “start toward change.”

Marshall, a Black resident of Springfield, said he hopes the decision will improve the relationship between police and residents, as well as spur better police policies and training.

“They’re moving in the right direction,” Marshall said Friday, Jan. 22, not long after Calhoun County sheriff’s administrators…

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