Michigan family who says they were forced out of home during COVID-19 pandemic get help
READ: Family says they’re out on the street after struggling to pay rent amid COVID-19 outbreak“Yesterday, there was really no light” Parks said. Parks and his wife said they were forced to leave their home after not being able to pay in the middle of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. They just been reaching out, trying to help,” Parks said. RELATED: AG sends cease and desist letter to Detroit apartment trying to illegally evict seniors during COVID-19 pandemicParks is looking into taking legal action. We need to help each other as much as possible, especially in this coronavirus epidemic,” Parks said.
Man charged with installing hidden cameras at Shelby Township tanning salon faced similar charges 10 years ago
SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Investigators believe a 38-year-old man installed motion-activated cameras in three rooms at a Shelby Township tanning salon, and those cameras were there since Christmas. Brian Maciborski is charged with three counts of eavesdropping and one count of possession of analogues in connection with the cameras found at Chili Pepper’s Tanning. An off-duty police officer recently found the cameras in the tanning salon. MORE: ‘A real creepy guy’: Worker IDs man who put hidden cameras inside tanning salonOfficials said the cameras could be watched remotely, and they believe the video the cameras recorded was saved on a hard drive, which is missing. “I’m not aware of anything destroyed or hidden or concealed or anything of that nature,” his attorney said.