ClickOnDetroit NIGHTSIDE report -- Monday, Sept. 2, 2019
Mother dies after 'horrendous beating' at hands of daughter, officials say
A Clinton Township woman has died weeks after a "horrendous beating" at the hands of her daughter left her on a ventilator with several broken bones and a brain bleed, officials said.
Ann Marie Walsh, of Clinton Township, was arraigned Aug. 16 on a charge of first-degree vulnerable adult abuse for allegedly neglecting, mistreating and abusing her mother, police said. The charge carries a maximum penalty of 15 years in prison.
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In two rock star performances, the Detroit Youth Choir was able to bring the audience to their feet and brought the host to tears.
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Detroiters cut their trips short and Florida residents packed whatever essentials they could fit in their suitcase to escape Hurricane Dorian.
Many spoke with Local 4 and described the scene from areas impacted by the catastrophic storm. "It's a war zone. Everything's boarded up. No one is on the streets," said Jay Bressler, who lives just three miles from a beach.
A pilot and passenger were taken to a hospital to be checked out after a seaplane crashed into the front yard of an Oakland County home, officials said.
The crash happened around 12:45 p.m. Monday near Greenview Drive and Clarkston Road in Independence Township, deputies said.
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