Community leaders in Detroit on Tuesday will detail their efforts to crack down on Angels’ Night arsonists and mischief-makers.
Volunteers are still needed for Detroit’s Angels’ Night Campaign over the three-night Halloween period.
Wayne County Sheriff Deputies will help patrol Highland Park streets during the upcoming Halloween weekend.
Teams will be assembled to register residents to turn on porch lights, watch abandoned houses, keep watchful eyes and ears for suspicious activity.
Detroit is beginning to build its annual anti-arson army–and they’d like to recruit you. Fire Commissioner Donald Austin says as long as you’re willing to volunteer to help stop Halloween arsonists, it doesn’t matter where you live or work.
If you are full of creative ideas, have an artistic flair or a way with words and care about the city of Detroit, you could win a new computer, digital camera or gift certificate.
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing praising the efforts of Angel’s Night volunteers who patrolled streets over the weekend. City officials are calling the slight uptick in the number of fires reported “manageable and consistent.”
Volunteers are hitting the streets to support Detroit’s Angel’s Night anti-arson campaign.
WWJ’s Vickie Thomas interviews Detroit Mayor Dave Bing on preparations to protect the city during the Halloween period.
Detroit’s Angel’s Night curfew is in effect through Halloween night. Exactly what does the curfew mean for kids and parents?