What to know about Michigan’s fireworks laws ahead of holiday weekend
With the July 4 holiday weekend upon us, your neighbors are probably lighting off fireworks, and it’s perfectly legal. Each year police departments are flooded with callers complaining about people lighting off fireworks. So what exactly are the rules?
Michigan AG’s office clears Shelby Township officer in 2018 fatal shooting of 25-year-old man
LANSING, Mich. – Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has cleared a Shelby Township police officer on Tuesday of any criminal wrongdoing related to a 2018 fatal shooting. On Nov. 3, 2018, officer Jason Zuk shot and killed 25-year-old Kanwarbir Malhi, who was allegedly acting aggressively toward police. AdThe shooting happened about 1 a.m. on Nov. 3, 2018, when Shelby Township police responded to reports of an occupied stolen vehicle in the parking lot of the Spring Lane apartment complex. Police said that although Malhi told officers he was armed, it was determined that he did not have a weapon. AdAG’s office files charges against Lowell officerIn addition to reviewing the case in Shelby Township, Nessel reviewed and moved to file charges on Tuesday against Lowell police officer Jason Diaz.
Police search for man in Shelby Township bank robbery
SHELBY TOWNSHIP – Police are searching for a man in connection to a bank robbery in Shelby Township. Police responded to an alarm at about 1:24 p.m. on Monday at the PNC bank on Hayes Road. Police said the man then left the bank on foot after given an undetermined amount of money. The suspect was seen running south across Hall Road into Sterling Heights. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Shelby Township Police Department at 586-731-2121.
2 children in hospital after father crashes ATV into Macomb County home, police say
SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Two children and their father were taken to the hospital after an ATV crash in Macomb County. The crash happened around 6:45 p.m. Tuesday at Wren and Cardinals streets in Shelby Township, according to authorities. Police said two children, ages nine and 12, were riding the ATV with their father when it slammed into a home on Cardinal Street near 22 Mile and Shelby roads. Officials believe the driver of the ATV was speeding on Wren Street and lost control in the dark at Cardinal Street and struck a house. “I had to make sure that kid was OK.”The crash investigator for Shelby Township police was worried the children might not survive.
Shelby Township police searching for driver in hit-and-run that killed 21-year-old woman
SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Police are searching for the driver involved in a fatal hit-and-run that killed a 21-year-old woman in Shelby Township. Shaw was killed at about 10:30 p.m. on Oct. 1. I understand it’s from fear but there’s no excuse," said Shaw’s other coworker, Ayla Coates. She deserves it,” said Shaw’s coworker, Cerise Coates. Anyone with information is asked to contact Shelby Township police at 586-731-2121 ext.
Police, family plead for clues in deadly hit-and-run in Shelby Township
SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Police continue to investigate a hit-and-run that killed a 21-year-old woman in Shelby Township last week. Mya Shaw had just gotten off of work at about 10:20 p.m. last Thursday. That’s a little harder to swallow.”Shelby Township police are looking for a 2015 to 2020 light colored Dodge Challenger that was heading southbound on Schoenherr Road when it hit Mya Shaw. We have the video, the investigation continues," said Shelby Township police Lt. Patrick Barnard. Anyone with information is asked to contact Shelby Township police at 586-731-2121 ext.
Michigan AG to review 2018 case of Shelby Township police killing of 25-year-old man
A Shelby Township police officer is on leave after a deadly shooting at an apartment complex. On Nov. 3, 2018 a Shelby Township police officer shot and killed 25-year-old Kanwarbir Malhi, who was allegedly armed and acting aggressively toward police. Officials say Malhi, of Shelby Township, had stolen a car from his parents, who called police to report the theft. Protesters in Portland have already been facing off with federal agents over the last few days, and tensions are rising in Chicago. AdThe White House released on Wednesday that federal agents are expected to be sent to Detroit over the next three weeks.
Dana Nessels office to review evidence in fatal Shelby Township police shooting
SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. The officer of Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has agreed to revisit a deadly officer-involved shooting in Shelby Township. On Nov. 3, 2018 a Shelby Township police officer shot and killed 25-year-old Kanwarbir Malhi. Video of the shooting was handed out by people protesting the Shelby Township police chief for his controversial comments he made on social media. RELATED: Protesters gather in Shelby Township after police chief Robert Shelides suspension endsProtesters raised questions about the shooting to Macomb County Sheriff Tony Wickersham. His office investigated the shooting and people want to know why charges werent brought by the prosecutor.
Shelby Township police chief on paid leave, could face further disciplinary action over social media posts
SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. Shelby Townships police chief was placed on paid administrative leave during an investigation into alleged comments he made on social media about the George Floyd protests across the country. READ: Shelby Township police chief on paid leave over social media comments about George Floyd protestsA meeting is being held inside Shelby Township City Hall. Because the hall is closed to the public, part of the meeting is being held on a Zoom audio call. Shelide had a personal Twitter account where he posted inflammatory statements regarding the civil unrest around the country. The township supervisor said that the Tweets were unprofessional and could be considered racially insensitive and derogatory.
Shelby Township police chief asks for forgiveness in statement regarding inflammatory comments
SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Shelby Township’s police chief was placed on paid administrative leave during an investigation into alleged comments he made on social media about the George Floyd protests across the country. One of the alleged tweets from Chief Robert Shelide referred to people in a photo as “wild savages” and talked about “body bags for these vicious subhumans." READ: Shelby Township police chief on paid leave over social media comments about George Floyd protestsShelide released a statement on Thursday noting that “an apology is insufficient and an insult to the gravity of my comments." He asked for the “courtesy of forgiveness” regarding the inflammatory comments he made on Twitter. My record speaks to the commitment and professionalism that I have exhibited for more than 30 years without incident, both of which were compromised by my emotion.
Shelby Township police chief on leave after inflammatory tweets surface
Shelby Township police chief on leave after inflammatory tweets surfacePublished: June 4, 2020, 6:10 pmShelby Township’s police chief has been placed on paid administrative leave during an investigation into alleged comments he made on social media about the George Floyd protests across the country.
Shelby Township police chief on paid leave over social media comments about George Floyd protests
SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Shelby Township’s police chief has been placed on paid administrative leave during an investigation into alleged comments he made on social media about the George Floyd protests across the country. Police brutality protests prompted Twitter user Bobby S. to say, “This makes me want to vomit. Please pray.”Shelby Township police Chief Robert Shelide (Shelby Township Police Department)“I would hit them with tear gas and water cannons, rubber bullets,” Bobby S. replied. It’s a for of surrender.”The Bobby S. account replied, “100% agree. “The core of all of our beliefs as Americans is due process, presumption of innocents and equal protection under the law and the right of freedom of expression,” Shelby Township spokesperson Brad Bates said.
Woman escapes Shelby Township house fire, son dies
SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A house caught on fire Saturday evening near Shelby Road and 25 Mile Road, officials report. Shelby Township Police and Fire responded to the house fire around 11:15 p.m. on Saturday. According to police, the 73-year-old woman homeowner woke up to her home on fire and attempted to help her 36-year-old son out of the home unsuccessfully. The woman was forced to leave the home and call 911 at her neighbor’s home, police said. The home owner’s son was later found dead in the home, officials 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.
Police: Shirtless, barefoot Shelby Twp. man steals snow plow after being booted from girlfriend’s car
SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Police said a shirtless, barefoot Shelby Township man stole a running snow plow Monday after being kicked out of his girlfriend’s car -- but he didn’t know the snow plow had a camera and GPS tracker. She stopped the car and he got out near a running snow plow, according to authorities. Shirtless and barefoot, Nikprelaj ran to the snow plow, which is owned by ZLM Services, a landscape firm a block from the apartment complex, police said. The in-cab video from the snow plow showed Nikprelaj jumping inside and caring little about what he ran over. “They were moving cars about the lot when he came across it, hopped in and took off,” Shelby Township police Det.
Police: Shirtless, barefoot Shelby Twp. man steals snow plow after being booted from girlfriend’s car
Police: Shirtless, barefoot Shelby Twp. man steals snow plow after being booted from girlfriend’s carPublished: February 13, 2020, 5:21 pmPolice said a shirtless, barefoot Shelby Township man stole a running snow plow Monday after being kicked out of his girlfriend’s car -- but he didn’t know the snow plow had a camera and GPS tracker.