Weeks after Tribar chromium waste spill, many questions remain
What was the intent of the now-former Tribar employee who released hexavalent chromium to the sewer? The onrush overwhelmed the Wixom wastewater plant, which discharges to the Huron River. Thankfully, filters captured most of the chromium and a ‘no contact’ advisory was lifted after river testing found minimal detections. On Aug. 9, EGLE’s water resources division sent Tribar a six-page violation notice following the chromium spill, which Tribar initially reported to the state via a pollution alert hotline on Monday, Aug. 1. Remnants settled out in Wixom wastewater biosolids.mlive.com
Body of missing Michigan woman found along Lake Superior
MARQUETTE, MI – The body of a Metro Detroit woman missing since late June has been recovered from Lake Superior. Olivia Ernst, 31, of Wixom had been missing since June 26. Ontario Provincial Police found her body on the Lake Superior shoreline near Montreal River in Ontario on July 30. Her vehicle was later found abandoned on Buckroe Road near County Road 550. Personal items belonging to her were also found near the water on the Lake Superior shoreline.mlive.com
Tribar to renew wastewater discharge after Huron River chromium spill
On Thursday, Sept. 1, the city of Wixom said Tribar Technologies had received conditional approval to renew its discharge from Plant No. The chromium onrush overwhelmed the wastewater plant, which discharges to the Huron River via Norton Creek. Effluent filters at Tribar and the Wixom wastewater plant captured most of the chromium. Wixom officials said Tribar has implemented several new safeguards on its wastewater discharge process, which resulted in the city’s approval. The city discharges wastewater to the Huron River and accepts manufacturing effluent through its Industrial Pre-Treatment Program (IPP) under a state permit.mlive.com
Pollution protestors damage vehicles at Tribar CEO’s home, police say
“Several vehicles” at Cramton’s home were damaged and spray paint was used on the driveway and the garage, police said. “Giwitatigweiasibi” is the indigenous name for the Huron River given by the Wyandot people. The protest follows weeks of outrage and anger over the Huron River spill, which is under investigation by the state’s criminal environmental services division. The Huron River Watershed Council, which was involved in the Wednesday rally, issued a statement saying it did not support the actions taken Friday by the Northville group. A message from MLive seeking more information from the Northville protest group has not been immediately returned.mlive.com
Outraged rally crowd demands ‘shut down’ of Huron River polluter
Signs urged punitive actions against Tribar Technologies for releasing hexavalent chromium into the river this month and PFAS into the river in recent years. “Tribar is toxic,” “Choke on your own chromium,” “Dump toxins down river, do time up the river,” “Two strikes, you’re out” and “Polluters must pay” were among the slogans. They made it so we had fear all across our city about the water coming out of our tap. They need to be held accountable — GM, Ford, every single manufacturer needs to stop doing business with them,” Rabhi continued. The bills have yet to land a committee hearing in either the Senate Committee on Environmental Quality or the House Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation Committee.mlive.com
Tribar employee overrode alarm 460 times before Huron River spill
LANSING, MI — An employee at Tribar Technologies in Wixom overrode the company’s waste treatment alarms 460 times in the span of nearly three hours on the night which state regulators believe a toxic chemical release to the Huron River initially began last weekend. Wixon’s plant discharges to the Huron River via the Norton Creek drain upstream of Milford. Tribar has until Aug. 20 to respond to the water violations and Aug. 30 to respond to the air quality violations, EGLE said. Tribar is chiefly responsible for the existing “Do Not Eat” fish advisory in the river due to PFAS chemicals, which also were discharged to the river through the Wixom wastewater plant. “I want them sued into oblivion.”Related stories:Dingell seeks greater EPA hand in Huron River spillEGLE finds low hexchrome in river testingTests encouraging, but worry and anger remainHexchrome could take weeks to reach Ann ArborAnn Arbor council OK’s legal action toward TribarWixom police investigate Tribar hexchrome spillNon-contact with Huron River urged after spillmlive.com
Dingell seeks greater EPA hand in Huron River hexchrome spill
ANN ARBOR, MI — Congresswoman Debbie Dingell has asked the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to take a larger role in the chemical spill investigation and response effort that began last week on the Huron River. Tribar’s effluent overwhelmed the city’s wastewater plant and was discharged to Norton Creek, a drain which meets the Huron River near the Proud Lake State Recreation Area. “The state, and the public, would benefit greatly from the resources and expert analysis and feedback EPA could provide. Tribar, previously named Adept, is chiefly responsible for the ‘do not eat’ fish advisory in the Huron River due to PFAS chemicals. Related stories:EGLE finds low hexchrome in river testingTests encouraging, but worry and anger remainHexchrome could take weeks to reach Ann ArborAnn Arbor council OK’s legal action toward TribarWixom police investigate Tribar hexchrome spillNon-contact with Huron River urged after spillmlive.com
Huron River ‘no contact’ advisory remains after low pollutant detections
MILFORD, MI — An advisory to avoid contact with the Huron River downstream of Wixom remains in place Monday as state officials evaluate the results of testing for toxic chemicals released by an automotive parts manufacturing plant. Tribar, previously named Adept, is chiefly responsible for the ‘do not eat’ fish advisory in the Huron River due to PFAS chemicals. The wastewater plant initially tried to contain the discharge by diverting it to holding tank and a ditch. At plating companies like Tribar, hexchrome is used to coat decorative trim parts for automobiles. Related stories:Tests encouraging, but worry and anger remainRiver tests aren’t showing hexchrome, EGLE saysHexchrome could take weeks to reach Ann ArborAnn Arbor council OK’s legal action toward TribarWixom police investigate Tribar hexchrome spillNon-contact with Huron River urged after spillmlive.com
Ann Arbor council authorizes legal action against Huron River polluter
ANN ARBOR, MI — After the latest release of toxic pollution into the Huron River from Tribar Technologies, Ann Arbor officials may take legal action against the Wixom company. Council authorized taking any legal action City Attorney Atleen Kaur deems necessary to protect the city’s interests and the health, welfare and safety of the public and environment. A stretch of the Huron River along Island Park in Ann Arbor on July 19, 2022.Ryan Stanton | The Ann Arbor News“Our response cannot be strong enough or swift enough,” said Council Member Jen Eyer, D-4th Ward. The wastewater passes through Wixom’s sewage plant before discharging into Norton Creek, flowing to the Huron River upstream of where Ann Arbor draws most its drinking water. Ann Arbor officials discussed the issue at length during Thursday night’s council meeting.mlive.com
Huron River pollution tests ‘encouraging,’ but anger and worry remain
“The concern for us long-term is how are people going to look at the Huron River? Everybody we’re talking to is angry,” said Daniel Brown, a watershed planner for the Huron River Watershed Council (HRWC). “It looks like we’ve acted as filter,” said Steve Brown, Wixom city manager. Tribar is chiefly responsible for the existing “Do Not Eat” fish advisory in the river due to PFAS chemicals, which also were discharged to the river through the Wixom wastewater plant. Exposure to air and aerated water could break them down into trivalent chromium, a less toxic version of chromium.mlive.com
Huron River testing does not detect hexavalent chromium after spill
WIXOM, MI – Results from water samples collected downstream from where hexavalent chromium was released into the Huron River failed to detect the toxic chemical, officials said. That means no swimming, wading, or playing in the water, nor drinking water directly from the Huron River. It also means no watering plants or lawns with water from the Huron River, and not eating any fish caught from that section of the river. The Huron River flows through multiple southeast Michigan communities before reaching Lake Erie, including Oakland, Livingston, Washtenaw, Wayne, and Monroe counties. Related articles:Wixom police investigate factory that put chemicals into Huron River‘No contact’ with Huron River advised after toxic chemical releaseCanadian refinery spills diesel into St. Clair Rivermlive.com
Toxic spill could take weeks to reach Ann Arbor’s drinking water intake, officials say
ANN ARBOR, MI — Ann Arbor officials are assuring residents the city’s water is still safe to drink for now following a toxic chemical release into the Huron River, the city’s main drinking water source. Tribar needs to be shut down, Rebecca Esselman, director the Huron River Watershed Council, said Tuesday. “This polluter cannot be allowed to continue endangering the lives and livelihoods of everyone who lives along the Huron River,” he said. MORE FROM THE ANN ARBOR NEWS:2 incumbents ousted as Ann Arbor mayor and allies sweep city racesAnn Arbor-Ypsilanti transit tax’s big win means new services coming in 2024Ann Arbor putting $10K behind plant-based eating challengeDid you know Ann Arbor employs experts to track turtles, birds and frogs? Ann Arbor spending $5M to come up with plan for rehabilitating water treatment plantmlive.com
Wixom police investigate factory that put chemicals into Huron River
WIXOM, MI — Local law enforcement has opened a criminal investigation into the circumstances of a release at an auto supplier that put a large quantity cancer-causing contaminates in the Huron River through a wastewater discharge. Tribar is chiefly responsible for the existing “Do Not Eat” fish advisory in the river due to PFAS chemicals, which also were discharged to the river through the Wixom wastewater plant. “It’s more typical that you’d have the enforcement arms of EPA coming in.”It’s unclear what, if any, role the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has in the investigation and response to the Huron River hexchrome release. The Huron River is popular with paddlers and sees lots of recreational usage. Tribar “needs to be shut down,” Rebecca Esselman, director the Huron River Watershed Council (HRWC), said on Tuesday.mlive.com
‘No contact’ with Huron River advised after toxic chemical release
The advisory includes Norton Creek downstream of the Wixom wastewater treatment plant, Hubbell Pond in Oakland County (also known as Mill Pond) and Kent Lake. People should not swim in, wade in, play in, drink from, water plants with river water or eat fish from the river. It is believed that much of the contaminant already made its way through the treatment plant by the time the release was discovered,” the EGLE release stated. The state is taking river water samples from multiple areas downstream from the treatment plant. Testing is also taking place within the Tribar facility and the Wixom wastewater treatment plant.mlive.com
Need help picking out gifts for the summer season?
The summer season means weddings, birthdays, Father’s Day and other celebrations where you may need to give a gift. Of course, it can be a challenge picking out the perfect present for someone, but there’s a shop in Wixom called Green Goat Gifts that’s rolling out some unique gift ideas and home décor.
Wixom man charged with child abuse after 4-year-old boy dies, more charges likely
WIXOM, MI -- A man who was caring for a 4-year-boy has been charged with first-degree child abuse, with more charges expected following the boy’s death. According to WDIV-Detroit, Deangelo Hawkins, 30, of Wixom was arraigned on the abuse charges Thursday in connection to an alleged assault of the boy and is being held on $1 million bond at the Oakland County Jail. Hawkins was charged following a March 5 incident when police were called to a home in the 30700 block of Beechwood Street. Hawkins allegedly was the lone adult with the child at the time of his injuries and is the boyfriend of Dupont’s mother. Prosecutors are expected to revisit charges now that Jaice has died, but additional charges have not been announced.mlive.com
Oakland County judge charged with domestic assault
WIXOM, MI -- Oakland County Probate Court Judge Kathleen Ryan has been charged with domestic assault following an incident between her and a man she had a relationship with. The domestic assault charge was handed down Thursday and Ryan was freed on bond. Court was closed on Friday and no one answered the phone at Ryan’s office when the AP attempted to contact her. Ryan was first elected to her position in 2010. Despite her connections to the court system, officials say Ryan will not receive any special treatment as the case plays out.mlive.com
Then and now drone video: A year after 2020′s historic Midland County flood
SANFORD, MI -- On Tuesday, May 19, Midland County and surrounding areas were drowned in floodwater from Wixom and Sanford lakes after the Edenville and Sanford dams failed. Upstream from Sanford, the Curtis Road bridge in Edenville has been rebuilt as and a temporary bridge has been put in on M-30. Plants are growing on the dry lake beds of Sanford Lake and Wixom Lake. It may be another five years before the Edenville dam is rebuilt and the water returns to Wixom Lake. Check out the video which shows side-by-side comparisons from May 2020 and May 2021.mlive.com
Southgate man charged in connection with deadly attack on US Capitol
SOUTHGATE, Mich. – The FBI had asked for tips from people to help identify those involved in the deadly Jan. 6 siege on the U.S. Capitol Building. Anthony Williams, a man from Southgate, was identified and reported. Police said he likely deleted photos and videos from his Facebook page, but authorities were able to get copies anyway. The tipster even supplied screenshots from William’s Facebook page. The FBI said photos of Williams inside the Capitol Building were deleted and perhaps Williams thought he was in the clear, but investigators were able to retrieve the deleted photos and videos.
Ann Arbor PFAS levels rise again. City says it’s coming from Wixom.
ANN ARBOR, MI — The Huron River in Ann Arbor, where the city draws most of its drinking water, has seen steadily rising levels of toxic “forever chemicals” this past year. The city’s test results for the raw intake water from Barton Pond suggest growing PFAS pollution that Ann Arbor officials believe is coming downstream from Wixom. Tribar did not respond to a request for comment from The Ann Arbor News/MLive. The levels of 6:2 FTS in Ann Arbor’s drinking water are still below drinking water health standards, and other PFAS levels in the city’s drinking water remain well below Michigan’s new maximum contaminant levels, Steglitz said. In addition to 6:2 FTS, recent test results showed three other types of PFAS in Ann Arbor’s treated drinking water.mlive.com
2 Metro Detroit men arrested in connection with deadly attack on US Capitol
MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich. – Two more Michigan men were charged Thursday after photos and other evidence showed they were at the deadly Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. The FBI said Robert “Bobby” Schornak and Daniel Herendeen -- both from Macomb County -- traveled to Washington in support of President Donald Trump and got inside the U.S. Capitol Building. A Roseville mother had a feeling when the FBI raided a home on Commonwealth Street she knew why. Her gut told her it was to go after someone involved in the deadly siege on the U.S. Capitol Building. They said a friend of Herendeen tipped them off and they found Facebook Messenger plans were made by both men.
Wixom man accused of attacking police at Capitol with hockey stick denied bond
WASHINGTON – The Wixom man accused of beating a police officer with a hockey stick during the Capitol riot on January 6 was denied bond on Monday. Attorneys for Michael Foy argued that he was trying to save a woman from being trampled when he struck police with a hockey stick. READ: Wixom man accused of attacking police at Capitol with hockey stick pushes for release from custodyAdFoy has been in custody in Washington D.C. since he was arrested at his Wixom condo in late January. Officials said he used a hockey stick to beat officers, the assault was recorded on a body camera. The man in the photo appears to be throwing a sharpened poll at police outside of the Capitol, prosecutors said.
Local 4 News at Noon -- March 15, 2021
DETROIT – Here’s what is coming up on Local 4 News at Noon. Wixom man accused in Capitol siege due in court -- What to expectThe Wixom man accused of beating a police officer with a hockey stick during the Capitol riot on January 6 is asking to be released from custody until his trial. Michael Foy’s attorney filed new paperwork with the court. The attorney said that Foy is not a threat and not a flight risk. Foy’s family members and friends are also coming to his defense.
Wixom man accused of attacking police at Capitol with hockey stick pushes for release from custody
WASHINGTON – The Wixom man accused of beating a police officer with a hockey stick during the Capitol riot on January 6 is asking to be released from custody until his trial. READ: Body cam footage shows Wixom man attacking police at US CapitolAdFoy has been in custody in Washington D.C. since he was arrested at his Wixom condo in late January. Court documents said that Foy traveled to D.C. to attend former President Donald Trump’s rally and then moved to the Capitol. Officials said he used a hockey stick to beat officers, the assault was recorded on a body camera. He repeatedly used the hockey stick to beat police officers in the face, head, neck and body area.
16 Michigan businesses cited for COVID-19 safety violations, state says
All rights reserved)Michigan has cited 16 businesses for failing to follow safety precautions that protect workers from COVID-19, state officials said. Emergency rule citations are for businesses that resume in-person work and fail to have written COVID-19 preparedness and response plan or don’t provide adequate training to their employees. Total penalties, including other workplace violations, were $7,200. Location: WixomFine amount: $2,800Violations:Not developing and implementing a written COVID-19 preparedness and response plan. Click here to view a full list of MIOSHA COVID-19 workplace safety citations.
Body cam footage shows Wixom man attacking police at US Capitol
Federal prosecutors said newly-released body cam footage shows a Wixom man attacking police on Jan. 6 at the U.S. Capitol earlier this month. Prosecutors used the video, pointing out who they said is Michael Foy using a hockey stick to swing at officers guarding the doors of the Capitol. The video also shows Foy jumping through a broken window to gain access to the Capitol. AdFoy had no prior criminal record and spent five years in the Marine Corps but was not deployed. Lawmakers will pay tribute Wednesday morning before a ceremonial departure for Arlington National Cemetery, where Sicknick will be interred.
Wixom man charged with assaulting police officer at Capitol riot will be transferred to Washington, D.C.
WIXOM, Mich. – The Wixom man that was charged with assaulting a Capitol police officer at the pro-Trump riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. is being transferred out of Michigan as the case against him continues. Michael Foy was shown in videos taken at the violent riot using a hockey stick as a weapon to strike a police officer who had been knocked to the ground, according to police. That video is one piece of evidence that led FBI agents to a condo in Wixom and Foy. READ: Feds: Wixom man was one of the most violent participants in siege on US CapitolFederal prosecutors said the officer’s body camera shows Foy using a hockey stick to strike the officer in his head, face, neck and body. Photos from Foy’s own cell phone placed Foy in the middle of a trashed Capitol, police said.
Feds: Wixom man was one of the most violent participants in siege on US Capitol
WIXOM, Mich. – Michael Foy, the Wixom man charged with attacking a Capitol police officer at the pro-Trump riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6., was in court on Monday. A video from the violent riot at the U.S. Capitol Building shows a man using a hockey stick as a weapon to strike a police officer who had been knocked to the ground. That video is one piece of evidence that led FBI agents to a condo in Wixom and Foy. Federal prosecutors said the officer’s body camera shows Foy using a hockey stick to strike the officer in his head, face, neck and body. The hockey stick police said was used in the attack was found in Foy’s condo.
Local 4 News at Noon -- Jan. 25, 2021
DETROIT – Here’s what is coming up on Local 4 News at Noon:Wixom man charged in connection with US Capitol riot is due in court -- What to knowMichael Foy, the Wixom man charged with attacking a Capitol police officer at the pro-Trump riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6., is expected in court on Monday. A video from the violent riot at the U.S. Capitol Building shows a man using a hockey stick as a weapon to strike a police officer who had been knocked to the ground. That video is one piece of evidence that led FBI agents to a cando in Wixom and to Foy.
Wixom man charged in connection with US Capitol riot is due in court
Michael Foy, the Wixom man charged with attacking a Capitol police officer at the pro-Trump riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6., is expected in court on Monday. A video from the violent riot at the U.S. Capitol Building shows a man using a hockey stick as a weapon to strike a police officer who had been knocked to the ground. That video is one piece of evidence that led FBI agents to a condo in Wixom and Foy. READ: ‘He didn’t care who was in his way’ -- New details revealed in arrest of Wixom man at US Capitol Building riotThe hearing on Monday is regarding detention. Body camera video from a police officer at the Capitol that shows Michael Foy, according to police.
Michigan man charged in Capitol insurrection 'among the most violent' rioters, prosecutors say
click to enlarge FBIMichael Joseph Foy. Here's a better angle of Michael Joseph Foy, of Wixom, Mi., beating police with a hockey stick at the U.S. Capitol. The FBI arrested him yesterday. pic.twitter.com/4212HAnhq8 — Motor City Muckraker (@MCmuckraker) January 22, 2021FBIThe FBI used photos posted to social media to identify Michael Joseph Foy of Wixom. "Foy struck Capitol police in the “face, head, neck and body area” at least 10 times with the hockey stick, prosecutors said.metrotimes.com
‘He didn’t care who was in his way’ -- New details revealed in arrest of Wixom man at US Capitol Building riot
WIXOM, Mich. – Michael Joseph Foy, a Marine from Wixom, has been charged with attacking a police officer with a hockey stick during the deadly siege on the U.S. Capitol Building that left six dead. A video that captured a violent riot breaking into the U.S. Capitol Building as D.C. Metro Police tried to keep them out went viral worldwide. “It’s a hockey stick. He’s hitting him very very hard,” Dolunt said of the viral video. At some point, Dolunt said he had been radicalized and the hockey stick was brought for a reason.
FBI arrests Michigan man accused of beating police with hockey stick during Capitol siege
click to enlarge FBIMichael Joseph Foy. FBIThe FBI used photos posted to social media to identify Michael Joseph Foy of Wixom. Karl Dresch, who sold right-wing paraphernalia out of his Calumet home, was arrested earlier this week after photos showed him inside the Capitol. Videos captured during the insurrection show Foy using a hockey stick to repeatedly strike Metropolitan police officers who were guarding a door to the Capitol, the FBI said. The tipster shared a single photo and wrote, “This is the man that killed the police officer.metrotimes.com
Wixom man charged with attacking police officers during deadly siege on US Capitol Building
WIXOM, Mich. – A viral video is being used as a huge piece of evidence by the FBI against a Wixom man. The video is from the deadly siege on the U.S. Capitol Building that left six dead. The FBI said Foy beat a D.C. Metro Police officer while the officer was on the ground outside the Capitol. READ: FBI: Michigan man used hockey stick as weapon in Capitol riotThe video referenced by the FBI can be viewed here. A Wixom man has been arrested by #FBIDetroit on charges related to the violence at the US Capitol on January 6th.
Local 4 News at 5 -- Jan. 21, 2021
Here’s what you missed on Local 4 News at 5:What we know about the Michigan man accused of attacking US Capitol officers with hockey stickA Michigan man is accused of using a hockey stick to attack Capitol Police officers during the pro-Trump riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. The FBI announced Thursday that Michael Foy, of Wixom, has been arrested and faces multiple charges.
Michigan man accused of assaulting Capitol police officer with hockey stick in riot
The FBI has arrested a Wixom man accused of assaulting a Capitol police officer with a hockey stick during riots in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 6. The tip included an image of a man carrying a hockey stick who was later matched to several photographs and videos indicating he was present inside and outside the Capitol. In one video, the man is shown swinging the hockey stick above his head and striking a person lying on the ground several times. “At no point does it appear that the individual on the ground is acting aggressively, nor does it appear that the attack is justified,” the FBI special agent wrote. The video later shows the man crawling through a broken window into the U.S. Capitol.mlive.com
FBI: Michigan man used hockey stick as weapon in Capitol riot
A Michigan man is accused of using a hockey stick to attack Capitol Police officers during the pro-Trump riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. He was identified by the FBI as a man seen carrying and swinging a hockey stick toward police officers. According to an FBI criminal complaint, these images show Michael Foy, of Wixom, with a hockey stick at the U.S. Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021. The tip provided a single image or photograph of a male carrying a hockey stick. Images show Foy with the hockey stick at first being used as a flag pole.
Wixom man charged in connection with US Capitol riot, accused of violence
(AP Photo/John Minchillo, File)A Wixom resident has been charged in connection with the pro-Trump riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. He was identified by the FBI as a man seen carrying and swinging a hockey stick toward police officers. According to an FBI criminal complaint, these images show Michael Foy, of Wixom, with a hockey stick at the U.S. Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021. The tip provided a single image or photograph of a male carrying a hockey stick. Images show Foy with the hockey stick at first being used as a flag pole.
Dry lakebeds pose risks to adventurers in Michigan’s Midland area
Or rather, what was Sanford and Wixom Lake. In May, the failure of the Edenville and Sanford dams led to the drainage of Sanford and Wixom Lake. While a smaller river continues to run through the lakebeds, new, hazardous features have been uncovered. “Winter changes everything, if it’s snowing and you can’t see very far,” Gladwin County Emergency Director Robert North told the Midland Daily News. These two construction projects make the Tobacco River arm of Wixom Lake unusually dangerous this winter.
Michigan General Election Results for Wixom on Nov. 3, 2020
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Living sister donates part of liver to sick brother: ‘A lot of excitement and hope’
The gift of life is an incredible thing, and one local man is about to find out firsthand. He’s sick and a transplant is the only thing that could save his life. “But it comes down to, you know, life choices and things that I’ve done with my life, you know? She went about this in doing all her research herself.”“Of course a little bit nervous but honestly there is a lot of excitement and hope,” said Julia. Now he’s getting ready for a life changing surgery that will save his life all thanks to his sister.
Former Detroit Tiger Denny McLain Offers Up Thousands Of Pieces Of Baseball Memorabilia From His Personal Collection – Many Rare – To The Public, Oct. 2-4
Presented by Aaron’s Estate Sales, the Estate of Dennis McLain sale runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 2 through Sunday, Oct. 4. The cost of the VIP Day is $400, and it includes a one year VIP membership to Aaron’s Estate Sales. To purchase tickets to the Dennis McLain Estate Sale VIP DAY, visit https://aaron-s-estate-sales.mykajabi.com/offers/hrv2VzMp/checkout. Based in Birmingham, Michigan, Aaron’s Estate Sales is a family-owned, award-winning estate sale company. SOURCE Aaron’s Estate Sales© 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.detroit.cbslocal.com
Woman says guardian angels came to her rescue during medical emergency in Wixom
WIXOM, Mich. Judy Musto said guardian angels came to her rescue when a medical emergency happened while she was driving in Wixom that put her and her dog in danger. Wixom police officer Greg Evans arrived on scene. Wixom firefighters checked on Musto, while police officers got her dog, Chico, out of the car. Officer Evans then drove Musto and Chico to an animal hospital and offered to wait with them. Musto and Chico are both doing OK. Musto wanted to thank her heroes for everything they did that day.