State Troopers were in Lincoln Park on a drug bust Wednesday, assisting the Downriver Area Narcotics Association task force, when a Trooper began having symptoms of an overdoes. Apparently he contacted a cocaine and fentanyl mix and was given two doses of Narcan. He started to recover and was taken to the hospital.
“This looks like the start of a criminal action,” said Peter Henning, a Wayne State University law professor and former federal prosecutor. “The government is getting ready and something is on the horizon.”
According to police, the Romulus man lost control of his car on I-96 outside of East Lansing, leaving the roadway backwards and striking a tree.
Witnesses reported the father was driving aggressively and was attempting to pass vehicles on the shoulder of the freeway.
An interesting story from Wyandotte where a woman left her phone in the Lyft driver’s car; contacted the driver, who said it would be returned, but never did return.
Instead, the driver turned the phone off so the woman could no longer track it with the “Find My Phone” app. GPS last spotted the phone in Westland. The Lyft driver also helped themselves to a $5 tip and rated themselves as a 5-star driver using the passenger’s Lyft app before turning the phone off.
Woodhaven officials announced 3 new businesses being built in the city at 21611 Allen Road, including the first Downriver location for Buddy’s Pizza
Aqua Tots and Red Effect Gym will also be in the new facility.
A great season for Trenton Hockey ended with a defeat in the State Championship Game against Hartland… again.
A patron at the Dawg House Bar got a good deal on a Yorkie at an impromptu bar auction. Apparently someone stole the dog from a woman’s backyard in Taylor and auctioned the dog in the Dearborn Heights bar; for a $25 bid. The dog is valued at over $800. Please contact Taylor Police if you have any information.
Trenton sent Marquette on a long bus trip home after a dominating 3rd period, scoring 4 goals.
Trenton wins a State Finals rematch from last year with Hartland for the State Championship; 10 a.m. on Saturday in Plymouth.
River Rouge continues to roll towards the quest for a State Championship. The Panthers destroyed Dearborn Divine Child 70-43 last night in Milan.
Rouge’s quarterfinal battle with Haslett is set for 7 p.m. on Tuesday at Chelsea High School.