Grief stricken residents of South Bend, Indiana gathered in a town hall meeting on Sunday to have officials address their pain and suffering over the fatal June 16 police shooting of Eric Logan and to criticize their local government. As the meeting grew contentious when some community members questioned whether the mayor had done enough to reform the police department in the city of 100,000, Police Chief Scott Ruszkowski and Mayor Pete Buttigieg waited for an opportunity to speak. Eventually, the Mayor expressed responsibility for two failed efforts by his administration.