PITTSFIELD TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT
63-year-old bicyclist fatally hit by car in Washtenaw County
WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI – A bicyclist was killed in Pittsfield Township late Tuesday night, police said on Wednesday. Johnny Lavern James, 63, was killed when he was hit by a car while riding along Carpenter Road, according to the Pittsfield Township Police Department. Emergency crews were called at 11:45 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 5, to Carpenter Road south of I-94 for a report of a crash involving a car and bicyclist, police said. Investigators determined James was riding north on Carpenter Road when he was struck from behind by a 22-year-old Ypsilanti man who was also going north, police said. Anyone with information about the crash is asked to contact the Pittsfield Township Police Department at 734-822-4958.mlive.com
Two vehicles, one building damaged after shots fired at Pittsfield apartment complex
Lights atop a police cruiser flash at the scene of a crime in this undated file image. PITTSFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Shots were fired on Saturday night after 10 p.m. at the Lynden Parke Apartments in Pittsfield Township. Pittsfield Police Officers and Washtenaw County Sheriff Deputies were dispatched to the complex at 2224 Golfside Road after receiving reports of shots fired and a report of a shooting directed at a subject. According to reports, an unknown person fired multiple rounds from a vehicle parked at Lynden Parke Apartments on the victim’s vehicle, and struck it several times. The gunfire also struck another vehicle and one of the apartment buildings.
Missing 93-year-old woman found dead near Ann Arbor, police say
PITTSFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Pittsfield Township resident Xing Pan was discovered on Sunday by a volunteer who had joined efforts to locate her after her family reported her missing. Pan, who suffered from dementia, was found deceased by a volunteer who joined the search party. According to authorities, she was known to frequently walk in the area of Carpenter Road and Packard Road. The Pittsfield Township Police Department conducted surveillance video checks, area searches, K9 searches, helicopter aerial searches, drone flights, used FLIR technology and more to locate Pan. Ad“Please keep the family in your thoughts and prayers,” the Pittsfield Township Police Department wrote in a Facebook post.
Suspicious Ann Arbor area death ruled homicide, victim identified
WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI – Police investigating the suspicious death of a man found outside a Pittsfield Township apartment complex Saturday are now treating it as a homicide after a wound found on the man’s head was confirmed to be a gunshot wound. Marcus McMullan, 39, of Ypsilanti, was found dead Nov. 28, when emergency crews were called to the 3200 block of Randolph Court for a report of an unresponsive man on the ground, according to the Pittsfield Township Police Department. Police investigating suspicious death at Ann Arbor-area apartment complexInvestigators collected evidence at the scene and are questioning potential witnesses to determine what led up to McMullan’s death, police said. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Pittsfield Township Police Department at 734-822-4911, or its confidential tip line at 734-822-4958. More from The Ann Arbor News:Michigan Democrats reportedly considered for Biden Cabinet roles$100M development could bring 454 new apartments to Ann Arbor’s Main StreetEconomic report highlights community investments, COVID-19 relief in Washtenaw Countymlive.com
Police investigating suspicious death at Ann Arbor-area apartment complex
PITTSFIELD TWP., MI – Police are investigating death of a man found Saturday morning lying on the ground outside a Pittsfield Township apartment complex. First responders determined the man, about 30 to 40 years old, was dead and discovered a suspicious wound to his head, police said. Investigators, deeming the man’s death suspicious, collected evidence at the scene and are questioning potential witnesses to determine what happened to the man, police said. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact the Pittsfield Township Police Department at 734-822-4911, or its confidential tip line at 734-822-4958. More from The Ann Arbor News:Ypsilanti man dies after crashing car into telephone pole, police sayHow they voted: Ann Arbor City Council vote breakdown for November 2020Some Ann Arbor parents continue push for in-person classes, while many Michigan students go virtualmlive.com
Pittsfield Township police: suspicious death now investigated as a homicide
Published: November 29, 2020, 12:29 am Updated: December 1, 2020, 1:05 amPITTSFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Police investigating a suspicious death in Pittsfield Township determined the incident to be a homicide as a result of a shooting. Police and fire departments were dispatched in the 3200 block of Randolph Court Drive at about 10:43 a.m. on Saturday. Investigators located a deceased man, later identified as 39-year-old Marcus McMullan from Ypsilanti, with a head wound. Anyone with information is asked to contact Pittsfield Township Police Department at 734-822-4911. More: Washtenaw County news
17-year-old girl sexually assaulted inside Walmart store in Saline, police say
SALINE, Mich. – Police in Pittsfield Township are looking for a man accused of sexually assaulting a 17-year-old girl inside a Walmart store. Police said officers were flagged down by employees of the store to report that the girl had been assaulted by an unknown suspect. He’s accused of approaching the 17-year-old Monroe girl inside the store, grabbing her and sexually assaulting her. The suspect fled the store and the girl sought help from employees, police said. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Pittsfield Township Police Department.
Pittsfield Township police seek 19-year-old who went missing after being released from jail
PITTSFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. The Pittsfield Township Police Department is searching for a 19-year-old woman who was released from the Washtenaw County Jail around 3:40 p.m. on May 24. Police say Junisha Johnson is legally incapacitated due to a traumatic brain injury and a client of the Eisenhower Center. She used to live in the Muskegon area where she has family and friends. Johnson is described as 5 feet, 5 inches tall and weighs 140 pounds. Anyone with information is asked to call Pittsfield Township police at 734-822-4958