Violence broke out inside a church on Detroit’s west side.
The women were leaving the casino when a gunman forced them into their car.
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan is ratcheting up his crusade against graffiti, fining businesses and homeowners who fail to remove spray paint from their properties within a week of getting a notice from city inspectors.
Artists are defacing large-scale murals at the Eastern Market and Grand River Creative Corridor over a clash between locals and out-of-towners.
Thieves stole copper plumbing, wiring, fixtures and pipes, while the city left tens of thousands of records behind.
Vandals defaced beautiful murals at the Grand River Creative Corridor for the first time in its three years of existence.
One was a mansion for a gambler and hard-partying bachelor. The other was a police precinct.
The project, “Station Walls,” features some of the most eye-catching graffiti in Detroit.
The blossoming Grand River Creative Corridor has a greater purpose beyond its 100+ murals.
This is what Detroit’s creditors would have seen on the proposed bus tour to Brightmoor.