ClickOnDetroit NIGHTSIDE report -- Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019
Officials discover pornographic ads selling two missing teenage girls for sex
Two missing teenage girls were rescued after authorities found at least four vulgar and pornographic online advertisements selling them for sex throughout Wayne and Macomb counties, police said.
On July 10, the FBI Detroit Southeast Michigan Trafficking Exploitation Crimes Task Force started investigating the disappearance of two teenage girls -- ages 15 and 17.
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New video shows an invader creeping around the inside of a Troy home before a sleeping woman felt him touch her leg in the middle of the night, according to police. Read more .
Money is missing from an Oakland County country club scholarship fund set aside for caddies. Learn more .
Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand is dropping out of the presidential race. Read more .
A group of veterans in Shelby Township is outraged after vandals tore through their peace garden. Learn more .
FBI agents raided the home of United Auto Workers President Gary Jones in Canton Township on Wednesday in connection with a corruption scandal.
Authorities could be seen pulling bags and boxes from the home. Agents also raided former UAW president Dennis Williams' home in Los Angeles, a St. Louis UAW hall and a home Jones had in St. Louis, where he worked before Detroit.
Wrongly convicted lawsuit
A man who spent 34 years in prison for a murder he didn't commit filed a lawsuit against the Detroit police officers who helped put him behind bars.
Darrell Siggers said he's not bitter. It hasn't been a full year since he was freed from prison. He said the wrongful murder conviction felt more like a death sentence.
Heroin in cereal murder
Prosecutors said a man put heroin in his wife's cereal and milk, killing her.
The alleged incident happened at a home on Bay Street in Davison in 2014. Jason Harris was charged with premeditated murder and is facing life in prison.
Fatal fire homicide
Police believe a man who used to mow a Waterford Township woman's lawn may be responsible for a fire that killed her Tuesday.
Investigators have ruled the death of the woman, whose identity hasn't been released, as a homicide.
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