Detroit Police Chief James Craig on Monday swiftly fired the rookie cop who referred to city residents as “zoo animals” on social media, sending a stern message about bigotry within the ranks.
A rookie Detroit cop is under investigation after “zoo animals” comment on Snapchat.
The Archdiocese of Detroit was aware of horrific cases of sexual abuse by priests – and did nothing. Here’s how the archdiocese’s newspaper played a role in the cloak of silence, and what happened when one editor spoke out.
The two-pronged investigation involves city of Detroit officials and demolition contractors.
The firefighter’s car was missing, and his home was ransacked.
A day before the shooting, police took the 19-year-old sophomore to the hospital because he was excessively paranoid and “not really making a lot of sense,” CMU police said this weekend.
The officer, who is a new father, was clinging to life early Thursday morning at a local hospital, where he was undergoing surgery.
Detroit Fire Captain Brett Jackson was profusely bleeding and close to death after waiting 20 minutes for help.
A probationary Detroit firefighter who was terminated for delivering an enormous watermelon wrapped in a pink bow to a predominately black fire station as “a welcome gift” has filed a lawsuit against the city, claiming he was fired because he is white.
Just days after Mayor Duggan and Police Chief James Craig boasted about a reduction in crime in 2017, violence broke out Sunday.