ClickOnDetroit NIGHTSIDE report -- Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019
Woman says man put tracking device on her car to stalk her
A Royal Oak woman said a man she dated for a short time put a hidden GPS chip on her car and was showing up everywhere she went around Metro Detroit.
Steven Camp, 48, is facing a felony charge of aggravated stalking and a misdemeanor charge of placing a motor vehicle tracking device on the woman's car. She said she briefly went out with Camp, but the relationship quickly ended.
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A woman driving a Corvette struck another woman and a truck in Downtown Detroit and then sped away from the scene, according to police. The incident happened around 9:30 p.m. on June 7 in the area of Elizabeth and Park avenues, police said.
A 33-year-old woman was approached by the driver of a Chevrolet truck, officials said. While the woman and the truck driver were talking, another woman started speeding along the road in a Corvette and struck the pedestrian and the truck, according to authorities.
Car submerged in pond
Two women who were in a car that crashed into a Waterford Township pond Wednesday died at a local hospital, authorities said. Rescuers used an ax to free the two women from an SUV that crashed into the middle of a pond.
The crash happened at 10:58 a.m. in a small pond at the Saybrook Condominium Complex off Crescent Lake Road, south of Pontiac Lake Road.
Woman in custody
Police have arrested a woman and are still searching for a driver who fled on foot after leading officers on a chase from Southfield to Detroit, according to authorities.
Officials said they tried to conduct a traffic stop Wednesday morning at Nine Mile Road and Providence Drive in Southfield when the driver fled the scene.
U.S. figure skating coach banned
A longtime U.S. figure skating coach accused of sexual abuse has been banned for life by the U.S. Center for SafeSport, a watchdog for U.S. Olympic sports organizations, according to NBC News.
Richard Callaghan, known for helping Tara Lipinski earn 1998 Olympic gold, and has now been ruled permanently ineligible for violations, including alleged sexual misconduct involving a minor.
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