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.
A bewildered Martin Luther King Jr. spoke at a press conference after the speech, saying he had never faced such hostility at an indoor event
Mayor Duggan’s administration wasted no time Sunday demanding that the road block be removed immediately.
For the past seven years, city of Detroit officials and preservationists have waged a long and expensive legal battle to prevent Grosse Pointe Park from demolishing the historic Deck Bar.
At least one of the cops was from Grosse Pointe Park and became enraged when the suspect yelled “Jesus” while getting kicked and punched.
Mayor Duggan tried to be nice. That didn’t work.
Grosse Pointe Park is moving the controversial sheds that have blocked off a main road at the border of Detroit all summer despite vocal opposition.
Grosse Pointe Park officials are refusing to explain why they have not lived up to their end of a deal with Mayor Mike Duggan to avoid legal action.
The 56-year-old has been in jail and a psychiatric center since March after being accused of breaking into a home in Detroit’s Indian Village.
The damage occurred after Grosse Pointe Park officials acknowledged at a public meeting recently that they may back out of an agreement with Mayor Mike Duggan to remove the sheds.