Detroit police arrest protesters blocking buses from picking up kids for summer school
DETROIT Police have arrested protesters who were blocking buses from picking up children for summer school classes on Thursday in Detroit. This time protesters were blocking buses at a yard in the 12600 block of Westwood Street near Evergreen Road and I-96 on the citys west side. After the arrests, school buses were able to leave the bus garage to go pick up kids for summer school. In-person summer school is being offered at 25 facilities. More: First day of in-person summer school in Detroit interrupted by protesters concerned about virus
Police arrest 11 in protest blocking school buses in Detroit
DETROIT Nearly a dozen protesters were arrested for blocking school buses from picking up children for summer school classes on Thursday in Detroit. Protesters were blocking buses at a yard in the 12600 block of Westwood Street near Evergreen Road and I-96 on the citys west side. All this following an attempt to block driver from busing children to school in the midst of the pandemic. In-person summer school is being offered at 25 facilities. After the arrests, school buses were able to leave the bus garage to go pick up kids for summer school.
Protesters block Detroit schools bus garage for 2nd day of in-person summer classes
Published: July 14, 2020, 6:50 am Updated: July 14, 2020, 7:04 amDETROIT – Protesters are blocking a Detroit Public Schools Community District bus garage for a second day in a row. Dozens of people are protesting in-person summer school being offered in the district. They feel it is unsafe amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The protesters are at Greenfield Road near Joy Road on Detroit’s west side. On Monday, 20 percent of students missed their bus due to the protests.
'The noose was real' - NASCAR releases photo from Talladega
NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace is consoled by team owner Richard Petty, right, prior to the start of the NASCAR Cup Series at the Talladega Superspeedway in Talladega, Ala., Monday, June 22, 2020. It also prompted criticism from some fans that NASCAR had somehow overreacted criticism NASCAR has bristled at and cited in releasing the photo from Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama. As you can see from the photo, the noose was real, as was our concern for Bubba," NASCAR President Steve Phelps said. NASCAR said out of 1,684 garage stalls at 29 tracks, only 11 had a garage door pull-down rope tied in a knot. Phelps said NASCAR had determined the noose was not in place when the October 2019 race weekend began but was created at some point during that weekend," he said.
Ferndale police seek ‘garage thief’, warn against leaving garages open amid nice weather
FERNDALE, Mich. – Ferndale police are looking to identify and locate a person in connection with theft from a resident’s garage on Wednesday. Anyone with information regarding the wanted person (pictured above) can contact the Ferndale Police Department at 248-541 3650. Police say they responded to multiple daytime thefts from open garages on Wednesday. Lawn equipment and bikes were stolen, officials said. Police are encouraging residents to close garage doors as weather improves in the state to prevent theft.