Police in Florida report that Gaydos, a Huron High School graduate and the child actor star from the movie ‘School of Rock,’ walked into music stores and asked to test out expensive guitars, as if he meant to buy them. Instead, he would simply walk out of the store quickly with the instrument without paying.
Allegedly, Gaydos stole a blue Les Paul Epiphone valued at $800, a black Fender Stratocaster worth $699, a Gibson Les Paul gold top worth $1,900, and an amplifier.
Southgate Police said the police officers “working the streets of Downriver cannot do their jobs efficiently and effectively with this type of behavior.” It is unknown at this time why the Fake Cop story was fabricated.
The hits keep coming for the Mayor’s Office in the City of Taylor.
A Special Weather Statement remains in effect for metro Detroit until 1:30 p.m., with bursts of heavy snow expected into the early afternoon. Drive safe.
17-year-old Faith Gentry was driving south on Fort Street at the Wyandotte/Southgate border when she was pulled over by the police. Or so she thought…
The newly expanded law now requires drivers to slow down to 10 mph below the posted speed limit; and, if possible, move over a lane when passing a police or emergency vehicle on the side of the road.
This newly expanded law may be of interest for drivers who frequently use Downriver Expressways with a heavy police presence.
Here is what the proposal looks like. Woodhaven officials answer questions here.
This should be a good one. Top 5 ranked Division 2 Trenton and Woodhaven will face off for the Regional Hockey Championship. Puck drops at Kennedy Ice Arena on Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
A Taylor High School teacher was suspended for writing a note to students regarding her cold classroom.