Community leaders weigh in on plan to bring federal agents to Detroit
DETROIT Community leaders and Michigans attorney general are weighing in on President Donald Trumps decision to send federal agents to Detroit. RELATED: President Trump announces plan to send federal agents to Detroit to quell recent violenceThe Local 4 Defenders have learned the plan to send agents has been in the works for months and the spike in crime was predicted. The federal agents brought in is phase two of Operation Relentless Pursuit and there have been other agents in the city working alongside police for months. Phase two is called Operation Legend.Attorney General Dana Nessel said she hopes the focus will stay on violent crime. RELATED: Surge of federal agents leaves many questions unansweredMore federal agents are expected to be in Detroit in late July.