Man arrested in Warren hate crime investigation
WARREN, Mich. – A 24-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a hate crime investigation in Warren. It was exactly at 6:06 p.m. Tuesday when Eddie and Candace Hall heard about an arrest in their case. I ran in the house and I really caught the end of the news clip, so we were excited,” said Candace Hall. Some people came by and prayed with us,” said Eddie Hall. We can’t hurt each other for our beliefs,” Candace Hall said.
FBI to launch federal hate crime investigation on attack on Warren family
WARREN, Mich. – Within two days, the Hall family had their tires slashed, swastikas drawn on their vehicles, shots fired at their home and their front window smashed. Warren police released video of a man outside the home holding a gun Friday and announced a $3,000 reward for information to help find who is responsible. The video captures a man wearing a mask and hood with a gun in hand stalking the family’s home in Warren. Eddie Hall and Candace Sparks-Hall were not home at the time and were notified of the shooting by their neighbor. Police said the FBI has been called in to launch a federal hate crime investigation.