ClickOnDetroit NIGHTSIDE report -- Monday, April 15, 2019

Police urging residents to be cautious of police impersonator

Brownstown Township police are warning residents about a man going around pretending to be a police officer. Police said the man was riding around in a dark-colored SUV with red and blue lights on the rearview mirror and a spotlight near the driver’s side.  

Brownstown Township police urging residents to be cautious of police impersonator

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  • A devastating fire burned the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. Read more.

  • Crews are investigating the cause of a fire at White Lotus Farms in Ann Arbor. Learn more.

  • A Detroit woman has been charged with false report of child abduction after reporting that a 4-year-old boy was in her car when it was stolen. Read more.

  • A man was sentenced for what police said was a "planned killing spree" across Metro Detroit. Read more.

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Addiction coach

Answering the call when an addict needs help is much more of a passion than a job for Allison Herrst and Michele Baldori. That's because both women have been there and know what addiction can do to a life. It can destroy it.

Now they are certified peer recovery coaches for Growth Works in Canton Township, mentoring others struggling to get into recovery.


Dog attack

A Detroit resident who saved a mail carrier from a pit bull attack by using a garbage can, a club, a hammer and a belt is speaking about the attack.

Two months ago, Todd Bridges was attacked by a dog that wouldn't let go. It took two people to help fight the pit bull off, and now Bridges is talking about the attack publicly.


100-year-old headstone

Police in Southfield are trying to learn more about an abandoned headstone and need help. 

The discovery was made just a few feet from the police station over the weekend. The headstone belongs to an 18-month-old girl who died 105 years ago. The girl was born in 1912 and died in June of 1914.


Rare Lynx

A rare Canada lynx that was found this year in Michigan's Sanilac County has been safely returned to its natural habitat in the wild, the state's Department of Natural Resources announced Monday.


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