Michigan man, 38, shot to death in his basement; suspect in custody
EASTPOINTE, MI – A 38-year-old man was shot multiple times in the basement of his Southeast Michigan home resulting in his death and the first homicide of 2021 in a quiet Detroit suburb, police said. The Eastpointe Police Department was called to the scene on the 24000 block of Ridgecroft Avenue around 1:20 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 29. On Friday morning, the department announced it had arrested a 32-year-old Detroit man suspected of the murder. The Eastpointe Police Department was assisted by the Macomb County Violent Crimes Task Force, and the Detroit Police Department and its violent crimes unit. READ MORE:Police arrest 4 in connection with theft of high-end vehicles worth $330KBody of missing Northern Michigan teen found buriedMan who scammed investors for $23M to play Michigan Lottery sent to prisonmlive.com
Check out the 2021 Macomb Area Conference high school football season schedule
Here are the 2021 high school football schedules for all teams within the Macomb Area Conference, broken up into six divisions. The schedules are based off which each team has posted on the Michigan High School Athletic Association website. MAC REDClinton Township Chippewa ValleyDate, Time, H/A, Opponent8/26/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, Detroit Catholic Central9/2/2021, 7:00 PM, Home, Utica Ford9/10/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Utica Eisenhower9/17/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Macomb Dakota9/24/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Romeo10/1/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Sterling Heights Stevenson10/8/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Grosse Pointe South10/15/2021, 7:00 PM, Home, Utica10/22/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, OxfordGrosse Pointe SouthDate, Time, H/A, Opponent8/26/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, Detroit Renaissance9/2/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, St Clair Shores Lakeview9/10/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Sterling Heights Stevenson9/17/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Romeo9/24/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Utica Eisenhower10/1/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Macomb Dakota10/8/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Clinton Township Chippewa Valley10/15/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, Warren Mott10/22/2021, 7:00 PM, Home, Grosse Pointe NorthMacomb DakotaDate, Time, H/A, Opponent8/26/2021, 7:00 PM, Home, Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice9/2/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, New Baltimore Anchor Bay9/10/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Romeo9/17/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Clinton Township Chippewa Valley9/24/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Sterling Heights Stevenson10/1/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Grosse Pointe South10/8/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Utica Eisenhower10/15/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, Macomb L’Anse Creuse North10/22/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, RosevilleRomeoDate, Time, H/A, Opponent8/27/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, Oxford9/2/2021, 7:00 PM, Home, Warren Mott9/10/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Macomb Dakota9/17/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Grosse Pointe South9/24/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Clinton Township Chippewa Valley10/1/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Utica Eisenhower10/8/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Sterling Heights Stevenson10/15/2021, 7:00 PM, Home, Port Huron Northern10/22/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, New Baltimore Anchor BaySterling Heights StevensonDate, Time, H/A, Opponent8/26/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, Rockford9/2/2021, 7:00 PM, Home, Utica9/10/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Grosse Pointe South9/17/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Utica Eisenhower9/24/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Macomb Dakota10/1/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Clinton Township Chippewa Valley10/8/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Romeo10/15/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, Utica Ford10/22/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, Birmingham GrovesUtica EisenhowerDate, Time, H/A, Opponent8/26/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, Lake Orion9/2/2021, 7:00 PM, Home, Macomb L’Anse Creuse North9/10/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Clinton Township Chippewa Valley9/17/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Sterling Heights Stevenson9/24/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Grosse Pointe South10/1/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Romeo10/8/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Macomb Dakota10/15/2021, 7:00 PM, Home, New Baltimore Anchor Bay10/22/2021, 7:00 PM, Home, West BloomfieldMAC WHITEMacomb L’Anse Creuse NorthDate, Time, H/A, Opponent8/26/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, Rochester9/2/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, Utica Eisenhower9/10/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Utica Ford9/17/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Utica9/24/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, St Clair Shores Lakeview10/1/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Warren Mott10/8/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, New Baltimore Anchor Bay10/15/2021, 7:00 PM, Home, Macomb Dakota10/22/2021, 7:00 PM, Home, Harrison Township L’Anse CreuseNew Baltimore Anchor BayDate, Time, H/A, Opponent8/27/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, Ann Arbor Pioneer9/2/2021, 7:00 PM, Home, Macomb Dakota9/10/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Warren Mott9/17/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Utica Ford9/24/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Utica10/1/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, St Clair Shores Lakeview10/8/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Macomb L’Anse Creuse North10/15/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, Utica Eisenhower10/22/2021, 7:00 PM, Home, RomeoSt. Clair Shores LakeviewDate, Time, H/A, Opponent8/26/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, Dearborn Heights Crestwood9/2/2021, 7:00 PM, Home, Grosse Pointe South9/10/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Utica9/17/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Warren Mott9/24/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Macomb L’Anse Creuse North10/1/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, New Baltimore Anchor Bay10/8/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Utica Ford10/15/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, St Clair10/22/2021, 7:00 PM, Home, St Clair Shores Lake ShoreUticaDate, Time, H/A, Opponent8/26/2021, 7:00 PM, Home, Harrison Township L’Anse Creuse9/2/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, Sterling Heights Stevenson9/10/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, St Clair Shores Lakeview9/17/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Macomb L’Anse Creuse North9/24/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, New Baltimore Anchor Bay10/1/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Utica Ford10/8/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Warren Mott10/15/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, Clinton Township Chippewa Valley10/22/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, Sterling HeightsUtica FordDate, Time, H/A, Opponent8/27/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, Temperance Bedford9/2/2021, 7:00 PM, Away, Clinton Township Chippewa Valley9/10/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, Macomb L’Anse Creuse North9/17/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Home, New Baltimore Anchor Bay9/24/2021 *, 7:00 PM, Away, Warren Mott10/1/2021mlive.com
15-year-old stabbed at Michigan high school, fellow student in custody
EASTPOINTE, MI -- A 15-year-old high school student was hospitalized after being stabbed by a classmate in an Eastpointe High School classroom on Tuesday, according to the Associated Press. The victim was stabbed multiple times, according to police, and was listed in stable condition. Eastpointe Community Schools released a statement Tuesday afternoon regarding the incident:“At approximately 10:00 am today, there was an incident involving two students in a classroom at the high school. The high school was locked down to ensure the safety of all students. “The investigation is ongoing by Eastpointe Police and the high school administration.mlive.com
Auto parts shortage spurs steering wheel thefts
EASTPOINTE, MI – Shortages in auto parts amid the COVID-19 pandemic have led to a strange trend among criminals looking to make a quick buck – they are targeting Chevy Equinoxes and Malibus to steal the steering wheel, FOX 2 Detroit reports. In Eastpointe, police took 11 reports of steering wheel thefts on May 2 and 3 alone, the TV station reports. The goal is to get the airbags – which are in short supply – and sell them to auto shops. But as entire steering wheels are lifted, the victims are left in lurch as the replacement can take weeks to months due to shortages arising from the scheme. Experts suggest using a club lock or disk lock on steering wheels to avoid becoming a victim, the report said.mlive.com
6 charged in fatal shooting that authorities say was retaliation slaying
EASTPOINTE, MI – Six people are charged with first-degree murder in a case that police believe involved retaliation for the death of a suspect’s boyfriend, authorities said. Jevone Melton, 28, of Detroit, and Jermaine Hunt, 30, of Warren, are both charged with first-degree murder, felony firearm and felon in possession of a firearm. Larry Bell Jr., 27, of Detroit, is charged with first-degree murder and felony firearm. 30-year-old Delenia Howell, 30-year-old Keenan Delbridge and 28-year-old Kevin Foy Jr., all of Detroit, are each charged with first-degree murder. READ MORE:Couple who hosted underage drinking prior to teen’s fatal crash sentenced to 15 days in jailTeen without pants, attacking passing cars, was on LSD, police sayMichigan parents charged with felonies in shooting of 3-year-old sonMother charged in non-fatal shooting of 13-year-old sonmlive.com
Alcohol likely involved in motorcycle crash that killed Clinton Township man, police say
CHESTERFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A 39-year-old Clinton Township man named Gary King died in a motorcycle crash on Sunday that alcohol was likely involved in, police say. King lost control of his 2020 Harley Davidson and crashed. Debris from the incident led to the Eastpointe man’s 2004 Harley Davidson crashing. The Eastpointe man sustained an arm injured arm during the crash. When a Chesterfield Township police sergeant started CPR on the victim at the scene he was not breathing.
Examining Michigan’s receiver recruiting under Jim Harbaugh
Michigan’s football program made another splash on the recruiting trail Wednesday, receiving a commitment from Eastpointe four-star receiver Tay’shawn Trent. The 6-foot-4, 205-pounder becomes the Wolverines’ first receiver in the 2022 class but joins a long list of four-star prospects Michigan has landed at the position under Jim Harbaugh. Since his first full recruiting class in 2016, 12 of the 17 receiver prospects (70.5%) the Wolverines have netted were rated as four-star prospects or better, including Trent, the No. Johnson is currently Michigan’s tallest receiver on the roster at 6-foot-3, so Trent will give the team some needed size on the outside. A breakout season from Michigan’s offense would only help in the program’s recruiting efforts.mlive.com
Metro Detroit business owners ask to be included in eviction moratorium
EASTPOINTE, Mich. – President Joe Biden extended a ban on foreclosures for homeowners and an Eviction Moratorium is in effect until March. Some small businesses said they want to be included in those measures, so they don’t lose what they’ve worked so hard for. Just like many businesses, he had to shut his doors, but he opened back up in August of last year“Slow. “I’m at the stage now where I’m almost faced to close the business down and hopefully try and find another location very soon.”AdGantt said he applied for small business loans and is now waiting for that to be approved. “She extended it to residential, but I believe it should had been extended to commercial as well,” said Gantt..Gov.
People can’t seem to get enough of these wings!
Whether you like them slathered sweet honey BBQ, or if you think the spicier the better, Detroit Wing Company probably has a sauce for you! He really wanted to focus on one dish and try to make it better than anyone else, so he chose wings. So he decided to open up Detroit Wing Company in Eastpointe. We put the time into brining the wings ... It’s not really rocket science. For more information, visit the Detroit Wing Company website.
Nightside Report Jan. 15, 2021: Doorbell camera captures shooting in Eastpointe neighborhood, State officials release preliminary timeline for COVID vaccinations
View of Detroit from the Windsor sky camera on Jan. 15, 2021 at 9:22 p.m.‘It was absolutely terrifying,’ -- Doorbell camera captures shooting in Eastpointe neighborhoodDETROIT – A surveillance camera captured the chaotic moment when shots broke out in an Eastpointe neighborhood early Friday morning. One woman was sitting on her porch to have a cigarette before bed when the shots were fired. “I was just sitting there and I heard a car coming towards me and the shot started going. Rick Snyder in the Flint water crisis investigationFormer Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is facing two misdemeanor charges of willful neglect of duty after a lengthy investigation into the Flint water crisis.
‘It was absolutely terrifying,’ -- Doorbell camera captures shooting in Eastpointe neighborhood
EASTPOINTE, Mich. – A surveillance camera captured the chaotic moment when shots broke out in an Eastpointe neighborhood early Friday morning. One woman was sitting on her porch to have a cigarette before bed when the shots were fired. “I was just sitting there and I heard a car coming towards me and the shot started going. My heart was pounding for a good hour and a half afterwards.”The woman’s doorbell camera was recording as shots were fired between two cars driving through the quiet neighborhood. And when the second, third and fourth shot went off, that’s when I realized it was gunfire and how close it was,” she said.
19-year-old injured in shooting outside of bowling alley in St. Clair Shores, police say
ST. CLAIR SHORES, Mich. – A 19-year-old Eastpointe resident was shot during an incident near a bowling alley in St. Clair Shores. Police said they received a 911 call reporting shots fired at the Harbor Lanes Bowling Center on Tuesday at 8:52 p.m. When officers arrived on the scene they found one vehicle that had been struck by gunfire. Another vehicle was also struck by gunfire but had fled the scene. Anyone with information should contact St. Clair Shores Detective Bureau at 586-445-5305.
City worker dies from injuries sustained in trench collapse in Eastpointe
EASTPOINTE, Mich. – An Eastpointe city worker has died following the collapse of a trench he was working on. ORIGINAL STORY: Eastpointe city worker dies after trench collapsesCity officials confirmed the Department of Public Works employee that passed away was 45-year-old Brian Theobald. “When he’s an employee of Eastpointe -- It’s a small community, so he’s part of the family,” Pollard added. I extend my deepest sympathies to the Theobald family and Brian’s Eastpointe family. Brian Died serving the citizens of Eastpointe and will always be remembered, City manager Elke DoomMORE: Macomb County news
Local 4 News at 5 -- Dec. 31, 2020
Here’s what you missed on Local 4 News at 5:Eastpointe city worker dies from injuries sustained in trench collapseAn Eastpointe city worker has died after he became trapped when a trench collapsed on Wednesday, according to Fire Deputy Chief Nick Sage. The incident happened at about 6:20 p.m. near Gratiot and Hayes avenues. The man was working on a water main break at the time. He was taken to a hospital but later died.
Man working to fix water main break dies after trench collapses in Eastpointe
EASTPOINTE, MI – A city worker is dead after a trench collapsed while he was working to repair a water main break. WXYZ-TV in Detroit reports that incident occurred on Gratiot Avenue near 8 Mile Road in Eastpointe on Dec. 30. Crews were able to rescue the man after the collapse. He was taken to the hospital in critical condition but later died from his injuries, according to the TV station. The worker has not been identified but he is in his 40s, fire personal told WXYZ.mlive.com
Eastpointe city worker dies after trench collapses
EASTPOINTE, Mich. – An Eastpointe city worker has died after he became trapped when a trench collapsed on Wednesday, according to Fire Deputy Chief Nick Sage. Sage said that the man covered with water and mud was a 41-year old Eastpointe city worker from the Department of Public Works, and the trench was about to 6 feet to 7 feet deep. The trench around the water main collapsed trapping DPW worker Brian Theobald in the hole. Our firefighter / paramedics and Medstar ambulance personnel administered life-saving measures and transported Mr. Theobald to a local hospital. Mr. Theobald was a valued employee of the City of Eastpointe for thirteen years.
Police investigate shooting in Eastpointe neighborhood
EASTPOINTE, Mich. – Police are investigating a shooting in an Eastpointe neighborhood. The shooting happened shortly after 3 p.m. Wednesday on Rein Avenue near Toepfer Drive. Police said one man was taken to a hospital after being shot in the head. Police said their investigation shows that the shooting was not random. You can watch the report in the video posted above.
Police: Man recorded women in Eastpointe bathroom weeks after same offense made in Roseville
EASTPOINTE, Mich. – Michael Robert Capizzo was taken into police custody Monday on suspicion of using his phone to record video of women in an Eastpointe Big Lots restroom. According to authorities, Capizzo, a 22-year-old registered sex offender, went into the women’s bathroom at the Big Lots located on 10 Mile Road, just west of Gratiot Avenue Monday, where he placed his cellphone under a bathroom stall wall to record an occupant inside. Police said he fled the scene, but officers were able to identify and arrest Capizzo without incident. Capizzo has been charged with using computers to commit a crime and capturing/distributing images of unclothed person. Police said Capizzo was arrested in Roseville for the same offense in November.
Metro Detroit weather: Cool sunshine
DETROIT – Tuesday’s storm played out pretty much as expected in southeastern Michigan. Highs rebounding into the low 40s (5 degrees Celsius), although the breeze will obviously make it feel cooler. Today’s sunrise is at 7:44 a.m., and today’s sunset is at 5:02 p.m.Mostly clear Wednesday evening, then becoming partly cloudy late at night. Mostly cloudy Thursday night, with lows near 30 degrees (-1 degree Celsius). Mostly cloudy Friday night, with lows in the mid to upper 20s (-3 to -2 degrees Celsius).
Troy police arrest 7 impaired drivers in 10 days: Locations, driver info, what happened in each case
TROY, Mich. – Troy police made seven impaired driving arrests over the final 10 days of November. He was asked to perform field sobriety evaluations and performed poorly, officers said. He then refused to take a preliminary breath test and was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving, according to authorities. She also refused to cooperate during the field sobriety tests and turned down a breath test, according to officials. A 30-year-old Troy woman admitted to drinking alcohol after the officer noticed the smell coming from inside her car, according to authorities.
Eastpointe City Hall closes after employees test positive for COVID
EASTPOINTE, Mich. – Eastpointe City Hall is closing for more than a week in an effort to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Officials said Saturday that the city hall will remain closed through Nov. 22 after several employees tested positive for COVID-19. “All of these folks have been notified of possible exposure and urged to get tested.”Eastpointe City Hall is scheduled to reopen at 8:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 23. The closure comes as Michigan continues to see significant increases in COVID-19 cases each day. On Saturday, the state reported 7,072 new COVID-19 cases and 65 new deaths since Friday.
Former Ann Arbor resident assumes command of Detroit area army recruiting
ANN ARBOR – Former Ann Arbor resident Captain Moeen Javed assumed command of the Mt. Clemens Army Recruiting Company in September that has locations in Mt. Under the command of the Great Lakes Army Recruiting Battalion in Lansing, Javed is overseeing recruitment in the greater Metro Detroit area. Born in Karachi, Pakistan, Javed immigrated to Ann Arbor with his family in pursuit of the American dream. “A lot of young men and women are misinformed about the Army," Javed said in a statement.
Michigan mom gets probation for house fire deaths of 2 sons, niece left alone
Amber Swain was sentenced to six months of probation related to the deaths that occurred while the children were alone for about an hour and a half, FOX 2 Detroit reports. Amber Swain was initially charged with three counts of second-degree child abuse and two counts of fourth-degree child abuse, the report said. She was expected to stand trial but later pleaded no contest to fourth-degree child abuse, a misdemeanor. At the sentencing, the judge said Amber Swain has “been punished enough.”Madison Swain was the only child of the sister Amber Swain left the house to pick up, the TV station reports. Amber Swain has two other young children.mlive.com
Mother sentenced to probation for 2018 Eastpointe fire that killed 3 children
EASTPOINTE, Mich. – A woman charged in connection with a 2018 fire that killed three children in Eastpointe was sentenced to probation. Amber Swain said she was running late for work back in March 2018 when the fire happened. Three children -- two boys and a girl -- were killed and two able to get out. For the first time in two years, Swain, the mother of the two boys, spoke about the fire that killed her two sons in the home on Juliana Avenue. I never wanted anything like this to happen.”MORE: Three children dead after early morning house fire in EastpointeMORE: 28-year-old woman charged in connection with Eastpointe fire that left 3 children deadMORE: Family of children killed in Eastpointe fire speak about loss before mother faces judgeThe grandparents of the two boys think otherwise and that Swain should have gotten more than probation.
Metro Detroit football predictions for playoff openers: Purcell picks every single game
The playoffs are here, and as is tradition, I am going to pick the winners of every single playoff game involving teams from the Metro Detroit coverage area. With the playoff field being extended to everyone this season, that sets up 85 games to pick. I was 13-5 with my picks last week, marking my best effort of the season so far. With so many picks this week, I’ll need last week’s luck. This week, I’m skipping the chit chat and getting right to my picks.mlive.com
Warren councilman Eddie Kabacinski charged with assault, impersonating an officer
WARREN, Mich. – Warren City Councilman Eddie Kabacinski is facing several charges following an incident that was caught on camera. He is charged with assault and battery and impersonating a public officer. During the march against racism, Eddie Kabicinski and about 20 other counter protesters assembled across the street from us. Similar to the incident in Eastpointe, Eddie Kabicinski was seen impersonating an officer at the Rally in Warren. Even if Eddie is convicted of impersonating an officer and assault, it still is unlikely that he will be jailed.
Charges sought against Warren councilman who allegedly handcuffed woman
EASTPOINTE, MI -- Warren city councilman Eddie Kabacinski is expected to be charged Wednesday with assault and impersonating an officer over an incident at a Oct. 14 Trump rally in Eastpointe. According to the Associated Press, Kabacinski is accused of handcuffing and arresting a woman who was at the rally who allegedly placed Black Lives Matter stickers on Trump campaign signs. Eastpointe Public Safety Director George Rouhib said the compliant against Kabacinski is expected to be signed after prosecutors gave approval for the charges. Police say Kabacinski was sprayed with toy aerosol string when he chased and caught her, the AP reports. The woman has not been charged in the incident.mlive.com
Michigan General Election Results for Eastpointe on Nov. 3, 2020
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Man injured in shooting in Eastpointe neighborhood
EASTPOINTE, Mich. – A man was injured in a shooting in Eastpointe Wednesday afternoon. The shooting happened at a home on Veronica Avenue in the area of Kelly and East Eight Mile roads. Witnesses said the shooting happened during an argument between two men. The victim was taken to the hospital. His condition is unknown.
Man in custody after Eastpointe police make contact with woman believed to have been held against her will
EASTPOINTE, Mich. – Officers discovered a woman who is believed to have been held against her will. Eastpointe police officers were dispatched to a residence on 9 Mile Road and Dale Avenue on Monday at 2:30 p.m. for a welfare check. When they arrived it was discovered that a woman was being held against her will by an unknown person, police said. Thirty minutes after making contact with the woman, she fled her residence and went to officers. The man was taken into custody and transported to the Eastpointe Police Department.
17-year-old mom killed in Eastpointe, alleged teenage shooter in custody
EASTPOINTE, MI -- A 17-year-old mother from Roseville was found shot to death inside a home on Rein Street in Eastpointe Wednesday evening. According to WDIV Detroit, the victim has a 6-week-old baby who was not injured in the shooting. The victim was visiting with her boyfriend when the shooting took place. Fox 2 Detroit reports a 17-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the shooting. READ MOREGirl sexually assaulted by multiple men after social media meeting, police sayMichigan man, 32, shot dead in his drivewayArrest made in Warren hate crime spree, mayor calls suspect ‘racist terrorist’mlive.com
Eastpointe Man Steals SUV, Crashes Into Royal Oak Home
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National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day to take place in SE Michigan
click to enlarge David Smart / ShutterstockCenter Line: Department of Public SafetyClinton Township: Clinton Township Police DepartmentEastpointe: Eastpointe Police DepartmentFraser: Fraser Department of Public SafetyMacomb County: Sheriffs OfficeMt. Clemens: Wilson SchoolRoseville: Roseville Police DepartmentSt. Clair Shores: St. Clair Shores Police Department, St. Clair Shores Kroger PharmacySterling Heights: Sterling Heights Police Department, Fellowship Chapel, Sterling Heights Kroger Pharmacy, Utica United Methodist ChurchWarren: Warren Police Department, Warren Elks LodgeNational Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, a program that provides a safe and environmentally friendly way to dispose of expired or unused drugs, will take place on Saturday, Oct. 26.The program was started partly because teens say medications are easily obtained in their homes and one in seven teens have reported that they abuse prescription drugs to get high, according to a press release. Additionally, according to the National Center for Health Statistics at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 70,000 Americans died from drug-related deaths in 2017.CARE of Southeastern Michigan will be working with safety organizations and school districts in Wayne and Macomb counties to provide the free service, including the following locations:A list of all participating locations in metro Detroit can be found at takebackday.dea.govmetrotimes.com