Ann Arbor police launches program to conduct mobile arraignments
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Phones can be helpful with anything today from looking up information on the internet to staying in contact with friends and family. One local police department is using mobile technology to bring the courtroom to those who need it. The pandemic has hit and a lot of the court facilities were closed to the public,” said Lt. Mike Scherba with Ann Arbor Police Department. “These are minor warrants like open intoxication, disorderly conduct, maybe trespassing, Crimes against persons would not qualify for this program. '”Ann Arbor police said the program recently started and so far, they performed 10 arraignments.
Dearborn police seeking man in connection with stolen cellphones
DEARBORN, Mich. Dearborn police are investigating after cellphones were reported stolen Sunday at a kiosk at the Dearborn Fresh Supermarket in the 13000 block of Colson Street. The incident was captured on video. It is important that anyone able to identify this individual contact the Dearborn Police Department. Crimes of this nature have an adverse impact on not only the retailers, but our community as well," said Police Chief Ronald Haddad. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Dearborn Police Department at 313-943-2241 or Crime Stoppers at 800-SPEAK UP.
Why its important to make sure your child keeps their cellphone clean
With coronavirus (COVID-19) spreading, its more important than ever to make sure phones and tablets are cleaned regularly. Between FaceTime and Zoom, or even just your home computer keyboard -- children are using more gadgets than ever right now. He said the dirtiest thing most kids touch on any given day is their cell phone. So, poop, on your phone.Barrow said studies show most of us touch our cell phones up to 2,500 times a day. So, on top of washing your hands, not touching your face and staying six feet apart -- Barrow said parents need to make sure their kids are keeping their gadgets clean.