‘Let’s Go Brandon’ festival in Michigan to be headlined by former Indy driver ‘Ricky Bobby’ Treadway
BRANDON TOWNSHIP, MI -- Members of the Michigan Conservative Coalition have announced plans for a festival surrounding the infamous “Let’s Go Brandon” catchphrase that’s made headlines in recent weeks. The phrase is code for the more vulgar saying “(Expletive) Joe Biden” and has taken off after a mistake by a TV broadcaster. As a result, the MCC says it will use the phrase and the sentiment behind it to organize an event on Nov. 20 at Crossman Park in Brandon Township, near Ortonville. “The Let’s Go Brandon phrase has become a popular way to politely communicate that Americans are fed up with Washington, D.C.”Along with members of the MCC, former Indy car driver Rick Treadway -- who goes by the name “Ricky Bobby Treadway” -- will be in attendance. READ MORE:Police report: Michigan senator charged with assault for grabbing nurse had COVID-19 at the timePresident Biden nominates Ison, Totten for Michigan U.S. Attorney postsPresident Joe Biden visiting Michigan to promote $1.2T infrastructure billmlive.com
Man allegedly beats woman living in pole barn after breaking sex-for-alcohol deal
BRANDON TOWNSHIP, MI – A homeless woman was hospitalized after a “disturbing” incident where a man allegedly reneged on a sex-for-alcohol deal and beat the victim for 30 minutes using weapons such as a wooden baby gate, WDIV Detroit reports. Miller allegedly used a wooden baby gate as a weapon along with his fists and feet, including stomping on the victim. The woman escaped by crawling through a window and hiding in a vehicle inside the pole barn, police said. She was hospitalized for injuries including four broken ribs, a broken ankle and cuts to her head and face. His probable cause conference is scheduled for Monday, Aug. 2, in the 52nd District Court - Division 2.mlive.com
Sterling Heights boy killed after falling off tractor driven by cousin suspected of being drunk
A 2-year-old Sterling Heights boy died after allegedly falling off of a tractor in Brandon Township driven by his cousin who admitted to drinking alcohol before the incident happened, according to the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office.
Michigan General Election Results for Brandon Township on Nov. 3, 2020
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Oakland County official calls Black Lives Matter a hate group on social mediaDETROIT A local Brandon Township official is getting some backlash after his latest Facebook post. Many said the post was offensive and Trustee Robert Marshall is a racist. WATCH Local 4 News at 11Metro Detroit weather: Cooling off under fair skies Saturday eveningSkies remain clear as the temperature drops. Get ready to grab your jackets to stay warm by sunset and afterward. 4 Fast FactsFriday, June 12, 2020 -- Sunday, June 14, 2020
Brandon Township trustee makes controversial remarks on Black Lives Matter movement
BRANDON TOWNSHIP, Mich. Brandon Township trustee, Bob Marshall, made controversial remarks on the Black Lives Matter movement Saturday in a Facebook post. In over twenty years of living in this community of Brandon Township, I have NEVER had the occasion to be disappointed in the people here, until two weeks ago. While driving past Brandon High School on M-15, I saw a Black Lives Matter (BLM) demonstration, Marshall wrote in the Facebook post. In the post Marshall asserts it is not true that Blacks are disproportionately killed by white police officers. He described Black Lives Matter as a hate group that seeks to target police officers for harm and death.Black Lives Matter has gained momentum across the country and world in the wake of George Floyds death.
Oakland County official calls Black Lives Matter a hate group on social media
BRANDON TOWNSHIP, Mich. A local Brandon Township official is getting some backlash after his latest Facebook post. It started off as a Facebook post and like I said I find nothing controversial at all, said Robert Marshall. ORIGINAL STORY: Brandon Township trustee makes controversial remarks on Black Lives Matter movementMarshall, a trustee for the Brandon Township, is talking about his latest Facebook post. The group Marshall is referring to is called the Ortonville Peaceful Anti Racism Alliance. Thats because Marshall said the Black Lives Matter Group or movement is a hate group.
Man suspected of robbing several convenience stores around Oakland County
BRANDON TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Police have arrested a man suspected of breaking into and robbing several convenience stores around Oakland County. Officials said Nathan James Calhoun, 28, of Brandon Township, is accused of breaking into stores in Orion, Brandon and Independence townships. At 12:49 a.m. Sunday, Calhoun broke into the Indianwood Junction Party Stop at 20 North Baldwin Road in Orion Township, according to authorities. Deputies said they went to the Mobil gas station at 1152 South Ortonville Road in Brandon Township at 1:52 a.m. for a glass breaking alarm. Someone had broken into the gas station, but nobody was there, officials said.
VIDEO: Driver crashes into gas station, rips license plate off truck before fleeing
A man recently drove his truck into a BP gas station in Brandon Township causing massive damage inside the business. The driver can be seen on video ripping the license plate of the truck off before fleeing. William Edmonds, 24, was arrested in connection to the crash and charged with reckless driving and leaving the scene of a crash. Edmonds said the incident was part of an attempt to test out new tires on the truck.
VIDEO: Driver crashes into gas station, rips license place off truck before fleeing
A man recently drove his truck into a BP gas station in Brandon Township causing massive damage inside the business. The driver can be seen on video ripping the license place of the truck off before fleeing. William Edmonds, 24, was arrested in connection to the crash and charged with reckless driving and leaving the scene of a crash. Edmonds said the incident was part of an attempt to test out new tires on the truck.