Rigs broke down, hydrants malfunctioned and arsonists grew bolder in March, the most destructive month yet this year in Detroit.
It’s the third serious act of vandalism in as many years at Woodmere Cemetery, one of Detroit’s oldest, most historically significant cemeteries.
The suspicious fires underscore the vulnerability of a city seemingly incapable of handling the unending arson crisis.
Detroit firefighters found what is believed to be the fifth murder victim in a month early this morning after responding to a semi-truck fire on the southwest side of the city.
At a devastating clip, a new brand of graffiti vandals is hitting Detroit’s small businesses, historic and occupied buildings, freeway signs, church sanctuaries, houses and cars.