2 arrested in Sterling Heights for cutting people off, giving middle finger, causing crash, shooting
Two people were arrested in connection with a Sterling Heights road rage case after they cut off other cars and gave the driver of a minivan the middle finger, causing the vehicles to crash into each other and sparking a shooting, officials said.
Video: Intense high-speed Sterling Heights chase ends when home invasion suspect runs out of gas
Video from Sterling Heights police shows a long and intense high-speed chase and the ensuing arrest of a man accused of breaking into the home of a couple who posted on social media that they were at a wedding, officials said.
Police identify 3 men accused of robbing teen in Sterling Heights, running across Warren freeway
Police have identified three men who were arrested on accusations that they robbed a teenager at gunpoint outside of a Walmart in Sterling Heights, fled into Warren and ran across a freeway with officers in pursuit.
Police: Woman killed in Macomb County by speeding teen in stolen Jeep
”Not only did a 20-year-old lose her life, there were two other people in another vehicle that were injured,” said Sterling Heights police Lt. Mario Bastianelli. “Could those people have lost their lives? That vehicle was traveling over 100 miles an hour, it’s a missile going down the road. It’s unnecessary. All for what? A stolen vehicle? What a waste.”
Sterling Heights: Missing 13-year-old girl safely located
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. – Police announced Friday that a missing 13-year-old girl had been recovered safely. ORIGINAL STORY:Police are searching for 13-year-old Navaeh, who was last seen Thursday in Sterling Heights. Police said Navaeh was last seen at about 4:30 p.m. Thursday on Irving Drive. Age 13 years old Height 5′3″ Weight 160 pounds Clothing Light blue jeans, dark blue shirt, Nike flip flops Other Brown eyes, black hairAnyone with information is asked to contact Sterling Heights Police Department at 586-469-5502 or 911 if it is an emergency situation. More: Missing In Michigan
Sterling Heights police search for missing 76-year-old man
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. – Police are searching for 76-year-old Joseph Lower, who was last seen in the 4000 block of Fox Hill Drive in Sterling Heights. Joseph Lower Details Age 76 years old Height 5′7″ Weight 180-190 pounds Clothing Unknown but was wearing a black coat Other Blue eyes, bald on top with gray hair on the sidePolice said Lower is believed to be in a 2016 black Chrysler 300 with a handicap license plate 8J5427. Anyone with information is asked to contact Sterling Heights police at 586-446-2800. View: Missing in Michigan
Sterling Heights police: Missing 77-year-old woman has been found
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. – Sterling Heights police said 77-year-old Mukades Gishta has been found. Police said Gishta was last seen at about 9 a.m. Wednesday walking on Lancelot Drive toward 17 Mile Road. Gishta is described as 4 feet 11 inches tall, about 135 pounds with brown eyes and gray hair. Police said she is a diabetic, has early dementia and does not speak English. More: Missing in Michigan
Police search for gunman who shot woman outside Sterling Heights condominium
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. – Police are looking for a man who fired multiple shots at a woman a few feet away from her door in Sterling Heights. “We heard the shots, like six shots and there was a woman yelling. Police said the woman was targeted by the man -- who before the shooting, was sitting in a truck. A camera in the window captures the incident as the woman on the porch watches in disbelief. Like kids were playing, the weather was good,” the witness saidLocal 4 did try interviewing the victim about the incident.
Sterling Heights police investigate shooting caught on camera
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. – Sterling Heights police are investigating a video showing the moment a woman was shot at inside an SUV. Police said the woman was taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The shooting happened on Nov. 28 at the Park Place Condominiums near Metro Parkway and Dequindre Road. Anyone with information is asked to contact the police department at 586-446-2866. You can watch the video posted aboveView more: Macomb County news
Sterling Heights police search for missing 15-year-old last seen Monday
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. – Sterling Heights police are searching for 15-year-old Scarlet McCoy who was last seen at an apartment complex on Crooks Road between 13 Mile and 14 Mile roads. Police said Scarlet was last seen between 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. Monday, and her cellphone is shut off. She is described as 5 feet 2 inches tall, 105 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Anyone with information is asked to contact Sterling Heights Police Department Detective Lindsey Pappas at 586-446-2800. More: Missing in Michigan
Grateful family thanks Sterling Heights police officer who saved choking infant
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. – A local family on Tuesday introduced a Sterling Heights police officer to their infant girl who he saved from choking last week. Maciejewski’s training took over and he saved the girl as frantic family members watched on the front lawn. The family visited Officer Maciejewski on Tuesday to thank him and invite him to the baby’s first birthday party next year, according to a Facebook post. Maciejewski’s quick, calm and life saving actions,” said the Sterling Heights Police Department on Facebook. Sterling Heights police Chief Dale Dwojakowski watched the dash cam video of the incident and said Maciejewski is a hero.
Sterling Heights officer saves choking baby as frantic family watches from front lawn
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. – Sterling Heights police released incredible video of an officer who saved a choking baby near the front of his police cruiser while the child’s family watched from the front lawn. His training took over and he saved the girl as frantic family members watched on the front lawn. As the family watched, the officer stayed calm and flipped the baby onto her stomach. Sterling Heights police Chief Dale Dwojakowski watched the video and said his offer is a hero. “Talk about a heartwarming video,” Dwojakowski said.
Sterling Heights officer saves choking baby as frantic family watches from front lawn
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. – Sterling Heights police released incredible video of an officer who saved a choking baby near the front of his police cruiser while the child’s family watched from the front lawn. The 3-week-old girl was choking when the first-year officer, Officer Cameron Maciejewski, arrived at the scene. His training took over and he saved the girl as frantic family members watched on the front lawn. As the family watched, he stayed calm and flipped the baby onto her stomach. Sterling Heights police Chief Dale Dwojakowski watched the video and said Maciejewski is a hero.
Police believe man barricaded inside Sterling Heights business
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. Police believe a man has barricaded himself inside a business in Sterling Heights. Officers said the man is believed to be inside the Elwood Staffing building on Mound Road between 16 Mile and 17 Mile roads. The man walked into the business and employees said he was acting strangely and wouldnt respond, according to authorities. Police dont know if the man is armed, but theyre assuming the worst, just in case. Southbound Mound Road is closed between 16 Mile and 17 Mile roads.
Man charged after leading police on high-speed chase with baby in truck in Sterling Heights
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. A Clinton Township man was charged after leading police on a high-speed chase through Macomb County with a 1-year-old in the car on Tuesday. Jason David Vancoillie, 32, was charged on Thursday with fleeing and eluding police in addition to malicious destruction of personal property. Police initially responded to a domestic dispute at a Panda Express parking lot in Sterling Heights on Tuesday, but Vancoillie and his wife and the small child had already entered their truck and drove away. According to police, officers located the vehicle attempted to make a traffic stop but Vancoillie decided to flee. The chase came to an end in Harrison Township when the man crashed the truck into a fence on North River Road, police said.
Sterling Heights police arrest suspect in connection with fatal shooting at shopping plaza
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. Sterling Heights police arrested an individual in connection with a fatal shooting at a shopping center on Saturday night. Saturdays report: Sterling Heights police investigating potential homicide at shopping plazaA man in his 30s was found dead at the Fox Hill Plaza on Mound Road around 9:15 p.m. when police responded to a report of shots fired, officials said. The man suffered from apparent gunshot wounds. Police announced Sunday morning that the suspected shooter was identified and arrested. Anyone with information can contact the Sterling Heights Investigations Bureau at 586-446-2825.
Sterling Heights police, firefighters surprise woman on her 18th birthday
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. – Sterling Heights police officers and firefighters surprised a woman for her 18th birthday, and the moment was caught on camera. Three police vehicles and a fire truck drove by the woman’s house with sirens and lights flashing. You can see footage of the moment, as well as her reaction, in the videos above and below.
Death investigation underway after neighbor finds body in doorway of Sterling Heights home
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. – A death investigation is underway in Sterling Heights after a neighbor discovered a woman’s body Monday. “I heard sirens earlier but I assumed they passed through. I did not know they were right outside my front door,” one neighbor said. Police have not commented on the woman’s cause of death, but they did say the scene was contained and there was no danger to the public. Police are reviewing surveillance cameras from homes as they try to piece together what happened.
Police investigating after body found at Sterling Heights home
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. – A body was found Monday afternoon at a home in Sterling Heights. UPDATE: Death investigation underway after neighbor finds body in doorway of Sterling Heights homePolice said they were responding to a suspicious circumstances call because a woman’s body was apparently lying by the door of a home on Shadywood Drive. An investigation is underway. Police are waiting on a warrant to go inside the home. Stay with ClickOnDetroit for updates.