“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.
Godbee broke his silence this weekend with meditations on forgiveness and overcoming struggles.
I decided to do what Pugh wouldn’t: Find out what’s really going on.
What makes this all the more bizarre is that Godbee would jeopardize his promising career and the city that has been depending on him – for sex.
The doors flung open, and three men emerged with guns drawn. Am I getting robbed? I don’t want to die – not yet. I’m not even 35.
The east-side explosion reduced the home to toothpicks in an area rife with recent arsons.