Novi police officer helps Romulus man tie a tie before wedding
ROMULUS, Mich. Many men can relate to not being able to tie a tie -- and many women can relate to helping men tie their ties. But recently, those options failed and a Romulus man had to try a much bolder approach. On Friday evening Demetrius Kirk had just bought his first suit and tie and him and his wife were in Novi headed to a wedding but neither could tie the tie. He said he saw a police officer and decided to pull over and ask him for help. Officer Kyle Smith was able to help.
Man playing Pokmon Go on 8 phones in his car gets warning
Niantic via CNN(CNN) - A Pokmon Go player had to have a chat with law enforcement for taking the game's "Gotta catch 'em all" motto a little too seriously. The driver was parked on the shoulder of the road and playing the game on eight phones, according to a tweet by Washington State Patrol Public Information Officer Rick Johnson. The man didn't get a ticket for distracted driving, Johnson tweeted, because the sergeant didn't observe him playing while he was driving. one fan tweeted in response (CNN did not independently confirm the type of Pokmon in the photo). Pokmon Go maker Niantic has a form for people to report game locations they think should be moved or modified.