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Detroit Officer Dies of Medical Complications from Shotgun Wound

September 19, 2016
Kenneth Steil, a sergeant from the Detroit Police Department's 9th Precinct, was pursuing a shooting suspect when the shots were fired at the Sunoco gas station at 7 Mile Road and Hayes Street. The suspect was armed with a sawed-off shotgun. More Here.

Video: Detroit Officer Dies of Medical Complications from Shotgun Wound

September 19, 2016
Kenneth Steil, a sergeant from the Detroit Police Department's 9th Precinct, was pursuing a shooting suspect when the shots were fired at the Sunoco gas station at 7 Mile Road and Hayes Street. The suspect was armed with a sawed-off shotgun.

Detroit Officer Shot with Sawed-Off Shotgun During Foot Pursuit of Carjacking Suspect

September 13, 2016
The officer was shot in the shoulder with a sawed-off shotgun in the area of 7 Mile and Hayes roads around 11 p.m. The injury was not life-threatening and the officer is expected to make a full recovery.

Michigan Mother and Son Tried to Hire Hit Man to Kill Officers, Police Say

September 1, 2016
A mother and son are in police custody after they tried hiring a hit man to kill three officers, according to the Michigan State Police.

Video: Detroit Officers Kicked Out of Court by Judge in Shooting Suspect's Hearing

September 1, 2016
Detroit police Officer Jamarian Holloway was shot in the hand as he wrested a gun away from a man who resisted arrest. When officers filled the suspect's evidentiary hearing to show support for their fellow officer, the judge asked the officers to leave.

Detroit Officers Kicked Out of Court by Judge in Shooting Suspect's Hearing

September 1, 2016
Detroit police Officer Jamarian Holloway was a victim of a crime last June. He was shot in the hand as he wrested a gun away from a man who resisted arrest. When about a dozen Detroit police officers filled the suspect's evidentiary hearing Wednesday to show support for their fellow officer, the judge asked the officers to leave. More Here.

Michigan Officer Shortage Alarming to Police Departments

August 26, 2016
All across Michigan, a shortage of police officers has arisen silently, and if it doesn't stop, it could get dangerous.

Detroit Officer Reflects on Child Shooting: 'He Is Why We Do What We Do'

August 18, 2016
Detroit Officer Chris Rabior wrote a powerful post on Facebook about a shooting that left a 7-year-old boy in critical condition and the emotions he went through trying to help save the boy's life.

Video: 2 Bailiffs Killed, Deputy Wounded in Michigan Courthouse Shooting Identified

July 12, 2016
Police late Monday identified the slain officers as Joseph Zangaro, 61, a retired Michigan State Police commander, and Ronald Kienzle, 63, a retired sergeant with the Benton Charter Township Police Department.

2 Bailiffs Killed, Deputy Wounded in Michigan Courthouse Shooting Identified

July 12, 2016
Two bailiffs in a southwestern Michigan county courthouse were killed in a shooting by an inmate as they escorted him to a hearing, the county sheriff said Monday. More Here.

Gunman Kills Two Bailiffs, Wounds Deputy in Michigan Courthouse

July 11, 2016
Two court bailiffs were killed Monday afternoon when gunfire rang out at a southwestern Michigan courthouse, authorities said. The gunman was later killed, as well.

Veteran Detroit Sergeant Dies on Duty

June 30, 2016
A release did not state the cause of death, but a representative in the Media Relations Department told the Detroit Free Press Miller wasn't injured or killed on the job.

Video: Michigan Agencies Need to Fill 4,000 Vacant Posts

June 23, 2016
There are thousands of law enforcement jobs open all over the state of Michigan, 4,000 to be exact. So why are they still open?

Michigan Agencies Need to Fill 4,000 Vacant Posts

June 23, 2016
There are thousands of law enforcement jobs open all over the state of Michigan, 4,000 to be exact. So why are they still open? More Here.

Video: Retired Detroit Officer's Son Among Orlando Club Shooting Victims

June 14, 2016
Mark Bando, a retired Detroit police officer, just received confirmation Monday his 32-year-old son was one of the victims in the Orlando club massacre.

Retired Detroit Officer's Son Among Orlando Club Shooting Victims

June 14, 2016
Mark Bando, a retired Detroit police officer, just received confirmation Monday his 32-year-old son was one of the victims in the Orlando club massacre. More Here.

Video: Killing of Michigan Deputy and Wife Appears to be Murder-Suicide

June 7, 2016
Calhoun County (MI) Sheriff Matt Saxton says the weekend shooting deaths of a deputy and his wife appear to be a murder-suicide.

Michigan Officer Saves Life of Newborn Who Wasn't Breathing

June 7, 2016
A Saginaw, MI, police sergeant responding to a 911 call over the weekend is credited with saving the life of a newborn baby.

Killing of Michigan Deputy and Wife Appears to be Murder-Suicide

June 7, 2016
Calhoun County (MI) Sheriff Matt Saxton says the weekend shooting deaths of a deputy and his wife appear to be a murder-suicide. More Here.

Video: Michigan Deputy and Wife Found Dead in Their Backyard

June 6, 2016
A Calhoun County (MI) Sheriff’s deputy and his wife were found shot to death outside of a home in Emmett Township Sunday morning.
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