Macomb County Sheriff asking for criminal charges for fired Medical Examiner’s Office employees
The Macomb County Sheriff is asking for criminal charges for two fired Macomb County Medical Examiner’s Office employees after they were caught stealing prescription drugs that were supposed to be destroyed.
Dearborn Heights Police Department urging residents to protect their vehicles during overnight hours
Officials say they have been receiving growing complaints from residents who have reported break-ins of their vehicles during the overnight hours and the theft of the belongings that were left in them.
Stroller for child with special needs stolen
OTTAWA COUNTY, MI – Police are investigating the theft of a medical stroller used by a child with special needs. The stroller, a Convaid Cruiser, was taken sometime between Saturday, June 5, and Monday, June 7, from a vehicle in Holland Township, Ottawa County sheriff’s deputies said. Police have asked the public’s help in finding the stroller so that it can be returned to the owner. Police said anyone with information can call 877-88-SILENT (877-887-4536) or go to mosotips.comRead more:See photos of stunning ‘Ring of Fire’ solar eclipse sunrise over Lake Huron and Lake MichiganMichigan Republicans demand ‘forensic audits’ of 2020 election, but party leaders say it’s time to move onPregnant woman allegedly chased, assaulted by estranged boyfriend on I-94 shouldermlive.com
Nearly 14 tons of soybeans stolen from Tuscola County farm
KINGSTON TWP, MI — Police are investigating the theft of nearly 14 tons of soybeans in Tuscola County. Sheriff’s deputies stated in a Nov. 20 press release that about 28,000 pounds or 460 bushels of organic roasted soybeans have been stolen from grain bins on a farm in the area of Lamton and Mushroom roads in Kingstown Township. The beans belonged to another farmer and were being roasted at the location where they were stolen from, deputies said. The beans were taken from the grain bins between Oct. 25 and Nov. 3, deputies said. Anyone with knowledge of the beans’ theft is urged to call deputies at 989-673-8161, extension 4052.mlive.com