Woman dead after crash with front-end loader
AUBURN HILLS, MI – A 47-year-old woman is dead after a collision between the 2021 Jeep Wrangler she was driving and a front-end loader, police said. The woman died at the scene; her identity has not been released. A 42-year-old male city worker was operating the front-end loader; his condition has not been released, FOX 2 Detroit reports. The Auburn Hills Police Department is investigating the crash that happened around 6:30 a.m. Thursday, March 3, on Brown Road, the report said. The cause of the crash is yet to be determined.mlive.com
Police aim to crack down on street racing during Woodward Dream Cruise
“There are places where people can race their cars and push the limits in a safe environment. It’s not out on the streets,” police chief Ryan Gagnon said. “Be responsible, be safe, have a great time this weekend, but also realize that tragic incidents can happen.”
Man charged with supplying drugs to 3 Rochester Hills teens who were found dead from overdosing
ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. – A Lake Orion man has been charged with supplying drugs to three Rochester Hills teenagers who were found dead from overdosing, officials said. Auburn Hills police officers were called at 4:36 p.m. July 29 to the Baymont Hotel at 1294 North Opdyke Road to check on the well-being of a girl, according to authorities. Officers found the 17-year-old Rochester Hills girl in a room with two brothers, ages 18 and 19, also from Rochester Hills. Lorenzo Kenneth Brabo, 20, of Lake Orion, was also found in the hotel room, officials said. Brabo was arraigned Monday (Nov. 9) at 52/3 District Court on three counts of felony delivery causing death.
Police say man tried to take photo up womans skirt at Great Lakes Crossing mall in Auburn Hills
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. Police are searching for a man who tried to take a photo up a womans skirt at Great Lakes Crossing mall in Auburn Hills, according to authorities. Officials are trying to identify the man in the photo above. They said he tried to take the photo in the common area of the mall. He walked up to the woman from behind and she had to jump out of the way to avoid physical contact, police said. Anyone who recognizes the man is asked to call Auburn Hills police at 248-364-6874. or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
3 teens die from apparent drug overdose in Auburn Hills, police say
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. Police are investigating the deaths of three individuals from Rochester Hills who apparently overdosed on drugs, officials said. At about 4:36 p.m. on Wednesday, Auburn Hills Police found three people dead and one person alive but unconscious in a room at the Baymont Hotel on Opdyke Road. Police say they were responding to a call to check the well being of a female when they located the individuals in the room. Auburn Hills Police are urging residents not to use drugs after responding to two additional drug overdose calls within the last 24 hours. Officials say those individuals were fortunately able to be revived.
Michigan State Police to begin roadside drug testing program that includes mouth swabs for oral screenings
click to enlarge Jack Cronkhite / ShutterstockAdrian Township Police DepartmentAllegan County Sheriff's DepartmentAlma Department of Public SafetyAlpena Police DepartmentAnn Arbor Police DepartmentAuburn Hills Police DepartmentBattle Creek Police DepartmentBay City Police DepartmentBay County Sheriff's OfficeBerrien County Sheriff's OfficeBloomfield Township Police DepartmentCadillac Police DepartmentCanton Township Police DepartmentCharlevoix County Sheriff's OfficeChikaming Township Police DepartmentClawson Police DepartmentDearborn Police DepartmentEscanaba Department of Public SafetyGogebic County Sheriff's OfficeGrand Blanc Township Police DepartmentGrand Haven Department of Public SafetyGrand Rapids Police DepartmentGrand Valley State University Police DepartmentGreenville Department of Public SafetyHamburg Township Police DepartmentImlay City Police DepartmentIngham County Sheriff's OfficeKalkaska County Sheriff's DepartmentKent County Sheriff's OfficeLake County Sheriff's OfficeLapeer Police DepartmentLincoln Township Police DepartmentLivonia Police DepartmentMacomb County Sheriff's DepartmentMarquette County Sheriff's OfficeMenominee Police DepartmentMichigan State PoliceMidland Police DepartmentMonroe Department of Public SafetyMt. Pleasant Police DepartmentMuskegon Police DepartmentNovi Police DepartmentOscoda Township Police DepartmentPetoskey Department of Public SafetyPokagon Tribal PolicePort Huron Police DepartmentRoscommon County Sheriff's DepartmentSouthfield Police DepartmentSt. Clair County Sheriff's OfficeTroy Police DepartmentUniversity of Michigan Police DepartmentWashtenaw Co Sheriff's OfficeWayland Police DepartmentWestern Michigan University Department of Public ServiceYpsilanti Police DepartmentThe second phase of Michigan State Polices roadside drug testing begins on Tuesday, Oct. 1.The Oral Fluid Roadside Analysis Pilot Program calls for drivers that police suspect might be impaired by controlled substances to provide a mouth swab so their saliva can be tested. The test can detect cannabis (delta 9 THC), opiates, cocaine, amphetamines, methamphetamines, and benzodiazepines.This rollout follows a year-long pilot program that was instilled after instances of crashes with fatal outcomes consistently increased over the last few years: There were 236 traffic deaths that involved drugs in 2016, and 247 in 2018. "The Michigan State Police conducted a one-year Oral Fluid Roadside Analysis Pilot program, which concluded in November 2018, in five counties Berrien, Delta, Kent, St. Clair and Washtenaw, state police said in a statement. The DRE might also require the driver to submit a mouth swab for testing and refusal to provide one after a legal demand to do so is considered a civil infraction.Participating police departments include:metrotimes.com
Porn video displayed on billboard over I-75
If you were driving down I-75 North between University Drive and M-59 in Auburn Hills Saturday night, you probably saw something out of the ordinary. According to multiple social media posts, a pornographic video was playing on a digital billboard over the highway between 11 p.m. and midnight. I called the city of Auburn Hills police to report it. The Auburn Hills Police Department quickly arrived on the scene and got the owners to take down the video. Because this is the internet, after all, Reddit sleuths quickly found the star of the video: Xev Bellringer (link NSFW).metrotimes.com