Woods bank robbed
GROSSE POINTE WOODS — The Flagstar Bank branch on Mack at Allard was robbed around 9:15 a.m. Friday, Aug. 5, by a lone suspect, according to a press release from Grosse Pointe Woods Public Safety. The suspect is described as a black male, bald and wearing glasses, approximately 40 to 50 years old. He wasgrossepointenews.com
How 1 man and his getaway driver pulled off 15 bank robberies in 5 states -- 6 in Michigan
Officials broke down, in detail, how they say one man used napkin notes, one-minute in-and-outs, and a getaway driver to pull off 15 different bank robberies across five states, including at six branches in Michigan.
Kalamazoo County bank robbed
KALAMAZOO COUNTY, MI – A person has reportedly robbed a bank in Kalamazoo County. The bank, according to police, was robbed Monday afternoon. A person walked into Flagstar Bank, 6560 W. Main St., in front of Meijer around 1:10 p.m. May 16 and demanded money, the Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Office said. The bank was closed for part of Monday afternoon as police investigated the theft. More from MLive:South Haven can close beaches, piers during unsafe conditionsBattle Creek woman, 20, killed in two-vehicle crash in MidlandHuman trafficking is subject of Kalamazoo medical student’s national workmlive.com
Police investigating report of morning bank robbery in Jackson
JACKSON, MI — Police are investigating a report of a morning bank robbery in Jackson. At 10:41 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 4, a man walked into the Flagstar Bank at 1717 North West Avenue and passed a note to a teller demanding cash, police said. The suspect left the scene before Jackson police officers arrived and remains at large as of 2:32 p.m. No physical injuries were incurred during the ordeal. Police could not disclose if the man received any cash, nor could they divulge additional details. Read more from MLive:Bay County man pleads no contest to killing former friend along roadside in 2018Bullet fired from SUV breaks house’s window in Bay City’s South EndTeen linked to drive-by shooting of four Bay City houses by ‘very distinctive’ orange truckmlive.com
Flagstar Bank customers’ personal information stolen in ransomware attack, officials say
Flagstar Bank is warning customers that their personal information, including social security numbers, may have been stolen in a ransomeware attack. The company said the hack was discovered in January but customers said they were recently notified. Local 4 learned that the thieves got social security numbers as well home addresses not only of customers but also possibly employees. Flagstar has reached out to customers impacted and offering a credit monitoring service. The one-click Microsoft tool was created to protect against cyberattacks and to scan systems for compromises and fix them.
Construction begins on Georgia Manor Apartments in Flint’s Carriage Town
FLINT, MI -- A long-vacant apartment complex in Flint’s Carriage Town will be converted into affordable housing under a project spearheaded by Communities First, Inc. The Georgia Manor Apartment project will convert a vacant three-story building into an apartment complex with 26 renovated units. “The project helps fill a huge need for affordable housing in Flint,” Meek said. Partners include Michigan State Housing Development Authority, City of Flint, Flagstar Bank, Communities of Hope, Inc., C.S. Read more: Take a look inside the Berkley Place Apartments in FlintAnother Communities First, Inc. development, Berkley Place Apartments, is also nearing completion.mlive.com
We need to change -- Flagstar Bank pushes for measurable diversity to help its communities
The CEO of Flagstar Bank drew a roadmap to change that starts at his own front door. Flagstar CEO Alessandro DiNello was 12-years-old the night the Detroit Rebellion and riots broke out in 1967. I grew up in Detroit," DiNello said. DiNello has been pushing for measurable, visible evidence of equality and inclusion since 2017 and is encouraging other companies to do the same. Dinello said the roadmap to creating racial equity in the workplace begins with hiring, developing and promoting minorities of all types.
Police: Man vandalizes Flagstar Bank in Bloomfield Township
BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. - Police are searching for a man who vandalized a Flagstar Bank in Bloomfield Township, officials said. The incident happened sometime between Oct. 12 and 9 a.m. Tuesday at the Flagstar Bank at 3915 Telegraph Road, police said. The manager told authorities a man spray-painted the outside walls, the parking lot and the dumpster enclosure. He is described as wearing blue jeans, a blue T-shirt and a black baseball cap with a Spider-Man logo on it. Anyone with information is asked to call Bloomfield Township police at 248-433-7755.
Exciting new highlights added to this year's Arts, Beats & Eats
Soaring Eagle Arts, Beat & Eats presented by Flagstar Bank runs Friday through Monday in downtown Royal Oak. This juried fine arts show features all different types of art ranging from jewelry and pottery to bright paintings. Arts, Beats & Eats also showcases art from artists living with disabilities. For the "Beats" portion of this event, nine different music stages will be setup featuring music from all different genres. Arts, Beats & Eats is free to enter until 5 p.m. on Friday, August 30th.
Here's a sneak peek at the Wahlburgers' menu for Arts Beats and Eats!
The Soaring Eagle Arts Beats and Eats presented by Flagstar Bank kicks off this Friday in downtown Royal Oak and one of the big parts is obviously the eats. Among the many tasty vendors will be the Wahlburgers food truck. Wahlburgers was created by the famous Walhberg family, with the three brothers each having their own signature burger. The food truck will be serving a limited menu at the festival which will include those three signature burgers, fries, and tater tots. Other food vendors include Prime 29 Steakhouse, Crispelli's, Sadona Tap House, Famous Dave's, Lockhart's BBQ and more.
Listen to the beats at Art, Beats & Eats this weekend in Royal Oak
Soaring Eagle Art, Beats & Eats presented by Flagstar Bank is Labor Day weekend in Royal Oak. Live In The D hosts Tati Amare and Jason Carr got a chance to hear Billy Gunther, a performer from the festival, play his new single "Picking Up" live in studio. Gunther will perform on the Kroger Country Stage on Monday, September 2 at 5:45 p.m. You can find more of Billy Gunther's music on Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube. Event producer Jon Witz also spoke to Live In The D and reminded everyone that August 30th is Local 4 Free Friday for Art, Beats & Eats. The festival runs from August 30 through September 2.