Woman killed in crash on Gratiot Avenue in Roseville
Deadly Crash on Gratiot Avenue in RosevilleROSEVILLE, Mich. – Southbound Gratiot Avenue is closed from Utica Road to Martin Road due to a deadly crash. Investigators with Roseville police say that initial reports indicate the vehicle that caused the crash was traveling near 100 miles per hour, lost control and struck two other vehicles. One of the vehicles struck a nearby building, causing substantial damage. A 24-year-old woman who was driving one of the vehicles was killed. The other drivers are expected to be OK.Police continue to investigate the crash.
Mother calls son’s recovery a ‘miracle’ after 17-year-old shot in the head in Roseville
ROSEVILLE, Mich. – A 17-year old who was shot in the head in Roseville back in September is recovering. Owens was shot in the head inside a home on Ivanhoe Street. Nineteen-year old Donovan Anthony Harbus has been charged with carrying a concealed weapon, which is a five-year felony, and careless discharge of a firearm causing injury after he accidentally shot Owens during a small gathering. READ: Shooting of 17-year-old struck in head during Roseville gathering appears to be accidental, police sayREAD: Roseville neighbor rushes to help after 17-year-old accidentally shot in headREAD: Teen charged in alleged accidental shooting of 17-year-old boy in head at Roseville homeOwens is in Grand Rapids recovering with his mom by his side. He has a positive attitude.”Bobbitt said she’s not angry at the person who shot her son.
Roseville police seek missing 12-year-old girl who did not show up for school
ROSEVILLE, Mich. – Police are looking for a 12-year-old girl who did not show up for school on Wednesday morning. UPDATE: Roseville police say the missing girl has been safely recovered as of Wednesday afternoon. No foul play is suspected, officials said. More: Local News
CPL holder released after fatal shooting linked to basketball game in Roseville
ROSEVILLE, Mich. – Police have released a CPL holder who shot and killed a man involved in an argument over a basketball game in Roseville, according to authorities. Shayqun Harvey, 26, was at Basketball City in the 16000 block of Eastland Street in Roseville around 5:45 p.m. Tuesday (Oct. 20), police said. He returned with a gun and was shot by a CPL holder who wasn’t involved in the argument, according to police. I can’t get him back.”Police reviewed the case with the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office and released the CPL holder from custody, they announced Thursday (Oct. 22). His family said he was also a CPL holder.
Argument over basketball game in Roseville leads to fatal shooting, police say
ROSEVILLE, Mich. – A fatal shooting at Basketball City in Roseville was over a basketball game, police said. ORIGINAL STORY: One person killed in shooting at Basketball City in RosevilleThe family of 26-year-old Shayqun Harvey are in agony. Police said Harvey left Basketball City, located in the 16000 block of Eastland Street, after an argument and returned with a gun. Authorities said a CPL holder who was not involved in the argument shot Harvey to death. UPDATE Oct. 22, 2020: The CPL holder has been released -- read here.
One person killed in shooting at Basketball City in Roseville
ROSEVILLE, Mich. – Police said one person was killed in a shooting Tuesday at Basketball City in Roseville. An individual left the building and then returned with a gun, firing shots at another person from the altercation. Police said a valid CPL holder intervened. The individual who had left and later returned was seriously injured and later pronounced dead at the scene. The valid CPL holder is currently in custody.
Teen charged in alleged accidental shooting of 17-year-old boy in head at Roseville home
ROSEVILLE, Mich. – A Warren teenager is facing multiple charges after allegedly firing a handgun on accident at a Roseville home Saturday night, shooting another teen in the head. Donovan Anthony Harbus, 19, was charged Tuesday with carrying a concealed weapon, a five-year felony, and careless discharge of a firearm causing injury, a misdemeanor charge. At about 8:30 p.m. Saturday, a 17-year-old boy was shot in the head during a small gathering in the 17000 block of Ivanhoe Street. Police say Harbus and another individual were showing each other their illegal handguns when Harbus unintentionally discharged the weapon, striking the victim in the head. The 17-year-old boy was transported to the hospital where he was listed in critical condition.
Roseville neighbor rushes to help after 17-year-old accidentally shot in head
ROSEVILLE, Mich. – A 17-year-old is in critical condition after being shot in the head at a home in Roseville on Saturday night. Neighbor Edward Roberts said his daughter ran inside their home, yelling that someone got shot. Police said one of the guns accidentally went off, shooting the 17-year-old in the head. Real big puddle of blood and then another thicker-colored blood and the gun was right behind his head,” Roberts said. You pull out your gun, you shoot, people die.”Police said the 20-year-old who shot the gun is in police custody.
Child dies in Roseville babysitters care following unreported traffic crash, police say
ROSEVILLE, Mich. A 2-year-old child has died while in the care of a babysitter following an unreported accident that occurred on Sunday, police say. Officials say the child, their siblings and their babysitter were involved in a traffic incident over the weekend somewhere in Warren. The childs cause of death is currently unknown at this time. Roseville police say it is currently unclear if the unreported traffic crash contributed to the childs death. We will be seeking the highest appropriate charges if any in this tragic loss of a child, the Roseville Police Department said in a press release.
Missing: 74-year-old Roseville man who suffers from dementia
ROSEVILLE, Mich. – Police are seeking help to locate a missing Roseville man who suffers from dementia. Robert Bruce Holman, 74, was last seen around 7 a.m. on Sunday at a Walgreens store on the corner of 10 Mile Road and Gratiot Avenue, police said. Holman is described as 5 feet, 4 inches tall, weighing 180 pounds and was last seen wearing a blue and black jacket and olive green pants. The man also walks with a cane. Anyone with information can contact the Roseville Police Department at 586-447-4484.
Roseville police seeking porch pirate caught on camera
ROSEVILLE, Mich. – Roseville police are seeking help to identify a larceny suspect who stole a package from a resident’s front porch on Tuesday. Police say the “porch pirate” was captured on camera (below) stealing a package in the 27000 block of Groveland Street around 5:35 p.m. The thief pulled up in front of the resident’s home in a small, dark colored sedan shortly after the resident’s package arrived, police say. The porch pirate is described as a man with a slim build and was wearing a red Adidas hooded sweatshirt and white jogging pants. Anyone with information that can help identify the suspect is asked to contact Roseville Police Detective Scicluna at 586-447-4510.
Man seen running off with Amazon package stolen from Roseville porch, police say
ROSEVILLE, Mich. – A man was seen running off with an Amazon package that he took from the front porch of a Roseville home, police said. Officials said the man grabbed the package around 4:30 p.m. Saturday at a home in the 1700 block of Roseville Boulevard. He is about 17-21 years old, 5 feet, 6 inches to 6 feet tall and 200-225 pounds, police said. A suspected Roseville package thief on April 25, 2020. (WDIV)Police said the man was wearing a black Nike Air Jordan hooded sweatshirt, black pants and black shoes with red soles.
Driver runs red light, hits Roseville police cruiser
ROSEVILLE, Mich. – A driver ran a red light and hit a Roseville police cruiser Thursday, officials said. According to police, the officer was driving south on Gratiot Avenue when a Chevrolet pickup truck ran the red light at the crossover from northbound Gratiot to northbound Utica Road at about 8 p.m. The truck rolled onto its side after hitting the police cruiser, police said. Police said alcohol or drugs don’t appear to be factors in the crash. The pickup truck driver was not arrested.
Hoffa dig leads to scam attempts
ROSEVILLE, Mich. – Roseville Police say a scam letter is going around following a recent search for remains in a local neighborhood. READ: Letter sent to Roseville residentsThe Roseville Police has no idea who is sending these letters; the investigation into any secretly buried human remains in Roseville is closed. The Michigan DEQ would not be the lead agency in any investigation regarding the exhumation of human remains. If anyone is approached or contacted by someone claiming to be investigating the Hoffa case contact your local police immediately. Background on Roseville searchREAD: No sign of human remains found at site of Jimmy Hoffa dig in RosevilleREAD: Soil test results in Hoffa search due TuesdayREAD: Tipster criticizes police dig for Jimmy Hoffa in Roseville