ClickOnDetroit NIGHTSIDE report -- Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Bodycam video shows police sprinting through woods to arrest drug suspect

Incredible body camera footage shows police officers speeding through the streets and sprinting through the woods to capture a man suspected of throwing cocaine out his car window in Macomb County, according to officials.

Incredible bodycam video shows police sprinting through woods to arrest Macomb County drug suspect

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4 fast facts

  • The athletic director at Port Huron High School has been fired after he allegedly made comments about slavery while speaking to football players. Read more.

  • The family of a hit-and-run victim is pleading for the driver to come forward. Learn more.

  • Water has been spilling over sea walls and causing a huge mess in Detroit's Jefferson Chalmers neighborhood and one resident said the city of Detroit is blaming him. Read more.

  • A woman believes a robbery and break-in are connected to a fire that happened months later and destroyed her Detroit home. Learn more.

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Murder-suicide

A mother intentionally drove her car into the Kalamazoo River with her twin 9-year-old daughters in the car, police said.

The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety said two upset girls told officers late Monday that a family member had driven a car into the river. Police said the woman let those children out of the car before driving into the river.

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Sexual assault charges

A school resource officer in Jacksonville, Florida, with ties to Michigan has been charged with criminal sexual conduct against a member of his own family.

Officials said the crimes happened at a home in Oxford. Sean MacMaster, 45, was arraigned via video Tuesday morning in Rochester Hills. He pleaded not guilty to two counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct against a family member.

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'Gay Hell'

A small Michigan town named Hell has been renamed "Gay Hell" as part of a YouTuber's political statement.

Comedian Elijah Daniel purchased three days of naming rights to the town and changed the name to make what he said is a statement against President Donald Trump's decision that no U.S. embassy may fly the rainbow flag.

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Identity theft

Parents do everything they can to keep their children safe, but there's one crime targeting children that happens without warning and can go unnoticed for years.

Crooks are targeting children as young as 6 months old by opening up credit accounts and racking up major debt in their names.

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