Michigan Attorney General’s Office executes search warrant connected to Make Your Date investigation
DETROIT – The Michigan Attorney General’s Office executed a search warrant Friday at the Detroit Public Safety Headquarters. Sources confirm the search was of the IT department and connected to the Make Your Date investigation. Detroit officials opened an investigation into Mayor Mike Duggan and the city’s interactions with the Make Your Date nonprofit organization in April.
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