ClickOnDetroit NIGHTSIDE report -- Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2019

View of Detroit from the Windsor sky camera on Sept. 17, 2019 at 8:55 p.m. (WDIV)
View of Detroit from the Windsor sky camera on Sept. 17, 2019 at 8:55 p.m. (WDIV)

Woman recovering after friend's drug-fueled, face-biting attack, officials say

A Rochester Hills woman is recovering Tuesday after a horrifying, drug-fueled attack inside her apartment, police said.

The woman was partying with a friend when her friend started biting her face and ears, according to authorities. Oakland County deputies are investigating the bizarre case.

Rochester Hills woman recovering after friend's drug-fueled, face-biting attack, officials say

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4 fast facts

  • Health officials say Michigan is experiencing the worst EEE outbreak in more than a decade. Read more .

  • The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is looking for a man who stole guns and silencers from a Jackson store in 2013. Learn more .

  • A Detroit police officer was convicted this week for his role in assisting members of a drug smuggling ring. Read more .

  • A drunk and out-of-control man was taken into custody in Troy. Learn more .

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UAW-GM strike

General Motors made a bold health care move aimed at putting pressure on the union, and it has caught some striking UAW workers off guard.

Workers are still on the picket line as negotiations continue in Downtown Detroit.


Paul Whelan

A Novi man has been jailed in Moscow, Russia, for more than eight months after being charged with spying. He was told Tuesday that he must remain in custody for the time being.

That decision came after a noisy hearing in a Russian courtroom, where Whelan called the charges against him "garbage."


Sexual assault

Ann Arbor police said a man sexually assaulted a child in a middle school during a parent meeting Sept. 9.

Police said Johnathan Green convinced a child to come with him to a different area of Scarlett Middle School during a Parent Teacher Student Organization meeting, where he sexually assaulted the child.


No prison time for teacher

A Shelby Township teacher who allegedly kicked, slapped and demeaned students with autism will not get jail time.

Brittany Stevens, who taught at Sequoyah Elementary School, was originally charged with child abuse, but she won't serve time behind bars because she pleaded no contest to assault and battery.


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