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She writes if any part of her money was cut she “might as well dig a hole in my back yard to lay us both to rest because I surely cannot or will not be able to pay for a funeral.”
For Fourth Time In A Month, Metro Detroit Resident Opens Fire On Would-Be Intruder; This Time Burglar Was Killed
On the other end of the crime spectrum, a Taylor man was shot in the head Feb. 11 when he reportedly surprised a burglar in his house.
The couple are believed to have been stealing to fuel a drug habit.
E-cigarettes are sold in dozens of flavors that appeal to kids, including cotton candy, bubble gum, and orange cream soda.
Michigan has roughly 360 inmates in prison for life who were convicted of first degree murder when they were just teenagers.
Some neighbors say it’s been at least six years since they last saw the woman. Others just assumed she had moved.
If you’re using a space heater to keep warm — you’ll want to pay close attention to this recall.
A fire that ripped through a west side Detroit apartment building, forcing some adults and children to leap from second- and third-story windows, has officially been ruled an arson.
But the amount of time Henrik Zetterberg and Pavel Datsyuk are missing is not his fault.