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Michigan Officer Charged with Criminal Sexual Misconduct

December 13, 2018
An officer with the Center Line (MI) Police Department has reportedly been charged with criminal sexual misconduct following a complaint filed with the Hazel Park (MI) Police Department in November.

Michigan Woman Punches Police Officer, Tries to Grab Gun, Eats Diamond Earrings, Police Say

November 28, 2018
On Twitter, Troy Police wrote on Tuesday: “A Troy officer was assaulted while arresting a woman for trespassing. She punched him, and then tried to grab his gun. The suspect, once in our lock up, punched a police service aide. The officer and service aide are OK, thankfully.”

Michigan Mother Suing Police Department for Son's Death in May OIS

November 27, 2018
In a lawsuit filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Detroit, Michelle Reynolds says that police used excessive force and violated her 20-year-old son's civil rights in a confrontation outside the family's home in May.

Michigan Chief Slips on Ice, Shoots Self in Foot

November 19, 2018
Chief Roy Johnson of the Carleton (MI) Police Department was responding to a breaking and entering call when he slipped on a patch of ice and accidentally discharged his weapon, causing a minor injury to his foot.

How to Drive in Dangerous Weather

November 16, 2018

The best way to prevent accidents is to learn to recognize the hazards and train on how to prevent them from causing a tragedy.

Man Selling T-shirts in Support of Man Accused of Killing Michigan K-9

November 12, 2018
"The importance was placed on the life of a K9 officer or a dog, who does not share the same rights as a human being in this country," the shirt's creator said.

Michigan Marijuana Legalization Proposal Passes

November 7, 2018
The proposal to legalize marijuana for adult recreational use was on its way to victory early Wednesday morning, making Michigan the first state in the Midwest to approve legal weed.

Michigan K-9 Shot, Killed While Tracking Suspect

November 5, 2018
K-9 Axe had served with the St. Clair Shores Police Department for two years. K9 Axe was named in memory of U.S. Navy SEAL Petty Officer 2nd Class Matthew Axelson who was killed in combat in Afghanistan in 2005.

Michigan Man Fleeing Police Reportedly Rams Squad Car

October 29, 2018
Clinton Township police were investigating a traffic incident involving a black Chevrolet Trailblazer when the Trailblazer's driver backed up and rammed an officer's patrol car.

Michigan Police Forced to Fatally Shoot Three Exotic Birds Wandering on Roadway

October 5, 2018
Law enforcement authorities in Michigan confirmed that they had to fatally shoot three wandering Emus after being unable to determine the owner of the exotic birds.

Detroit Police Fire Officer for "Zoo Animals" Social Media Post

September 24, 2018
An officer with the Detroit Police Department has reportedly been fired over a post he made on social media saying, "Another night to Rangel up [sic] these zoo animals."

MSP 2019 Preliminary Vehicle Testing Results Available

September 20, 2018
This past week, the Michigan State Police conducted its annual testing of police vehicles. This year, it tested 12 vehicles. Here are the limited preliminary results,

Major City Homicide Detectives Overwhelmed by Murder Rate

September 14, 2018
Over a five-year period, each detective in Detroit has been tasked with solving an average of about eight new slayings annually — a caseload exceeding what policing experts say should be no more than five homicides per detective, per year.

Michigan Gas Station Owner's Facebook Posts of Officer's Act of Kindness Goes Viral

September 6, 2018
Seth Kazz—who owns and operates the Little Mack Citgo in St. Clair Shores, MI—posted a picture on Facebook of Officer Todd Bing talking with Delores Marotta, whose husband had recently passed away, and who had only three dollars available for gasoline.

Murder Charge Dropped in Hit-and-Run Death of Detroit Officer

September 5, 2018
Jonathan Cole, 19, is still facing charges of reckless driving causing death and failing to stop at the scene of an accident resulting in death, which are both felonies.

Off-Duty Michigan Police Lieutenant Fatally Shot

August 27, 2018
Clyde Township (MI) Police are investigating a shooting at an apartment building that left a Port Huron Police Department lieutenant dead.

Detroit Police Say Doorbell Camera Video on Social Media May Hinder Investigations

August 23, 2018
The Detroit Police Department is asking citizens who have doorbell cameras and other security systems—which have rapidly become popular with home owners—to resist the urge to post video of a suspected burglar on social media, at least until the department can begin its own investigation.

Michigan Police Release Images of Suspected Hit-and-Run Vehicle that Killed Off-Duty Officer

August 16, 2018
The Westland (MI) Police Department has located and released images of the vehicle that is suspected to have struck and killed off-duty Wayne County Sheriff's Department Sergeant Lee Smith as he was jogging.

Off-Duty Michigan Sheriff's Deputy Killed in Hit-and-Run

August 15, 2018
Sgt. Lee Smith was killed by a hit-and-run driver as he jogged in Hines Park, Westland police say.

Detroit Officer Dies 10 Days After On-Duty Hit-and-Run

August 15, 2018
Shukur was struck by a car while walking to his patrol vehicle after responding to a crowd control call. The driver of the SUV that hit him, which was estimated to be traveling at 60 or 70 miles an hour, was 19-year-old Jonathan David Cole of Belleville.
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