16 Michigan businesses cited for COVID-19 safety violations, state says
All rights reserved)Michigan has cited 16 businesses for failing to follow safety precautions that protect workers from COVID-19, state officials said. Emergency rule citations are for businesses that resume in-person work and fail to have written COVID-19 preparedness and response plan or don’t provide adequate training to their employees. Total penalties, including other workplace violations, were $7,200. Location: WixomFine amount: $2,800Violations:Not developing and implementing a written COVID-19 preparedness and response plan. Click here to view a full list of MIOSHA COVID-19 workplace safety citations.
Suspect charged in alleged murder of Flint man who was found dead outside Belle Tire store
TROY, MI -- A Missouri man has been charged in the death of a Flint man who was found dead outside of a Belle Tire store earlier this week. Jerome Perry-Bey, 41, of St. Louis was arraigned on open murder charges Thursday for allegedly stabbing 38-year old Carlos Contreras to death. During that interview, police say Perry-Bey confessed to the crime and described what happened. The two began arguing during the trip and pulled over in the parking lot of the Belle Tire store. Police also say Perry-Bey may have been in Michigan because he was wanted on a weapons charge in Missouri and may have been hiding out in Michigan.mlive.com
Man found dead outside Belle Tire was stabbed to death, 1 person in custody
TROY, MI – The death of a man whose body was found outside a Belle Tire store on Monday has been ruled a homicide by stabbing. Within 24 hours, investigators identified a possible suspect and took that person into custody, according to a news release from the Troy Police Department. RELATED: Man found dead, buried in snow outside Belle TireOfficers at the scene immediately flagged the death as suspicious and initiated an investigation. Officers also recovered a knife from the Belle Tire parking lot. Investigators quickly identified a person of interest and that person is now in police custody.mlive.com
Man found dead, buried in snow outside Belle Tire
TROY, MI – A man was found dead and covered in snow outside a Belle Tire store on Monday morning. Police believe the man to be in his late 30s. How long he was outside the building is unknown; he was covered in snow. READ MORE:What 10 Michigan forecasters are saying about Monday night’s big snow48-hour forecast map shows how much snow will fall where you live73-year-old Michigan man dies after multi-vehicle crash on icy U.P. roadMan killed in stabbing after breaking into ex-girlfriend’s Burton house, police sayWashtenaw County shooting leaves 3 injured, one detained as shooting suspectmlive.com
Person of interest in custody after man found stabbed to death outside Belle Tire in Troy
TROY, Mich. – Police are investigating after a man was found stabbed to death outside a Belle Tire in Troy. Police were called to the parking lot of a Belle Tire at 4966 Rochester Road in Troy at around 7 a.m. on Monday. Employees arriving for work found the man lying next to the front entrance of the building. Police said it is unknown how long he was outside, but his body was found covered in snow. A knife was found in the parking lot but it’s unclear if that is the knife that was used in the stabbing, police said.
19 Michigan businesses fined for serious coronavirus (COVID-19) workplace violations
Officials have fined 19 Michigan businesses for “serious violations” of coronavirus (COVID-19) safety protocols in the workplace. Inspectors determined 19 companies allegedly committed serious violations by failing to implement necessary precautions to protect employees from contracting COVID-19. The company did not have a preparedness and response plan and it did not train employees on COVID-19. There was no preparedness and response plan or daily health screenings, and employees weren’t trained on COVID-19, according to authorities. There was no preparedness and response plan, and employees weren’t trained on COVID-19, according to authorities.
Over $50,000 in fines added as more than a dozen Michigan businesses cited for COVID-19 workplace violations
Officials have fined 19 Michigan businesses for “serious violations” of coronavirus (COVID-19) safety protocols in the workplace. “We want to make sure these are safe workplaces, and that’s going to protect workers, it’s going to protect our communities,” said MIOSHA Director of COVID Workplace Safety, Sean Egan. “Every employer has an obligation to provide a workplace that’s free from recognized hazards. And every employer needs to make sure that they’re following those protocols,” Egan added. “The protocols are pretty simple, you need a plan, you need training, you need to do health screenings, face to face coverings and social distance.