It’s the kind of place where you brag about hosting a block party in which no one was assaulted.
“I been stabbed,” he said, lifting his shirt to reveal a large patch of blood-spotted gauze across his stomach.
An uneasy feeling settled over a small crowd. They knew the fight wasn’t over.
The mayoral candidate made big promises to drastically improve life in Detroit’s neighborhoods.
A 14-hour manhunt for an inmate who stabbed a deputy in the neck and fled the scene in a stolen car ended late this evening.
The suspect remains on the loose.
With roughly 215 murders so far this year, the city is on pace to eclipse homicides in each of the past three years.
Detroit emergency manager “is the governor’s anointed turnaround man, and bankruptcy is not a turnaround plan,” Napoleon said.
The public will never learn about most failures to respond.