Slain hostage family seeks Stockton police records

STOCKTON, Calif. (AP) — An attorney representing the family of a bank robbery hostage who was slain during a gun battle with police is seeking documents, dispatch logs, video and other evidence authorities gathered during the chaotic incident.

At a press conference today in Stockton, attorney Greg Bentley also called for the police to turn over their guidelines and protocols for high-speed pursuits and use of deadly force. Bentley asked for copies of video shot by witnesses of the bank robbery and car chase in Stockton on Wednesday that ended with the death of Misty Holt-Singh and two suspects. Holt-Singh and two other women were abducted.

Holt-Singh’s husband and two children briefly spoke about the loss of a wife and mother.

Daughter Mia, who was with her mother at the bank, recalled how Holt-Singh attended all her softball games and never forgot to bring orange juice.

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