The cycle of corruption continues in Detroit; voters overwhelmingly support legalizing recreational marijuana in Michigan; fire commissioner ends bizarre no-sirens policy.
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.
A 28-year-old man was found dead behind the counter of a marijuana dispensary in Detroit.
More grisly discoveries were made at a warehouse run by a Grosse Pointe body broker who is accused of cutting up infected bodies with chainsaws and lying to families about their loved one’s remains.
An internal affairs investigation is underway following the Detroit Fire Department’s bungled, suspicious handling of a bizarre car accident involving an embattled deputy chief.
In the meantime, neighborhoods were left with very little police protection as victims of violent crimes often waited more than an hour for help.
The scene was chaotic as people fled the area, many of them families with children.
Police are looking for a van or SUV that sped away from the gruesome scene Thursday night.
A suspected serial arsonist accused of setting fire to numerous vacant houses on Detroit’s east side over the past month has been arrested and charged on several felony counts.