Why did it take 2 years for the Wayne County Morgue to identify a man’s remains when his ID was found with him?
DETROIT – Why did it take two years for the Wayne County Morgue to positively identify a man’s remains when his ID was found near him?
Skeletal remains wrapped in a blanket were discovered in July of 2019 in the backyard of a home on Livernois Avenue on Detroit’s west side. A bullet was discovered with the remains.
Police said John Edward-Dayter Montgomery, 44, of Detroit, and James Deberry, 57, also of Detroit, got into an argument around 11 a.m. Tuesday (Feb. 1) at a liquor store in the 9900 block of Wyoming Street.
Doctors at Henry Ford say now is not the time to let up on COVID precautions.
They also said people should not have the mindset of thinking they’re going to get it anyway.
“We tried to do as much as we could, but we ended up getting it and for me, it never went away,” Jeff Whitmer said.
A mistake made by the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department caused major damage in a Detroit woman’s home.
Pipes burst and a call was made to get the water shut off immediately while the homeowner was out of town. Those repeated calls for help were ignored.
The couple manufactures their products here in Michigan and now they’re on the launchpad for lift-off as they are building hair care and wig storefronts inside more Walmart stores which is a big deal.