Scrapping thieves have become alarmingly more daring and audacious as police have virtually ignored an organized scrapping operation that has sprung up at the abandoned Packard Plant in Detroit.
The investigation is focused on contracts with outside companies, among other financial transactions, sources told the Motor City Muckraker. The news comes at a vulnerable time for the library system.
Police not only knew about the club; they may have provided security and limos for the upscale clientele who attended the swingers club while still on-duty, local authorities told the Motor City Muckraker this morning.
Board of Police Commissioner Jessica Taylor is the director of training at TJA Staffing Services, which received the no-bid contract on Oct. 25.
So can you celebrate by sparking up a joint in any of these cities? Not yet, advocates cautioned.
“You aren’t leaving until you delete that damn picture,” a male campaign volunteer hollered as he poked his finger at my chest.
The Vietnam-style helicopter flew so low that the wind from the rotor tossed Terry McIninch’s children like “rag dolls” and damaged his motor home and 1971 Chevy El Camino, according to a recent lawsuit.
Police cited about 550 people so far this year – an average of nearly two a day – for trespassing at the mental hospital complex. That’s compared to 213 last year.
As a gunman chased me out of one of Detroit’s most neglected streets Thursday morning, I was reminded of something more outrageous than a single resident losing his mind over the presence of a reporter.
He screamed; he pleaded. “Please don’t harm my dogs,” he begged police, who moments earlier had barged into his east-side home looking for marijuana.