A former Highland Park police officer has pleaded guilty to extortion and protecting a shipment of cocaine.
Ex-Pontiac Fire Chief Jeffrey Hawkins has been convicted of bribery for taking payment in exchange for ignoring code violations at a bar.
One of four Highland Park police officers charged in an armed drug trafficking conspiracy has issued a plea in the case.
Federal authorities say an executive overseeing $200 million in real estate investments by Detroit’s municipal pension has pleaded guilty to conspiring to bribe the city treasurer to get business.
Former Detroit City Council member Monica Conyers is serving the rest of sentence for bribery in the comfort of her own home.
Four Highland Park police officers are facing multiple felony charges after allegedly accepting bribes and taking part in an armed drug trafficking conspiracy.
Roy Dixon is accused of conspiring with former City of Detroit Treasurer Jeffrey Beasley to give Beasley, and others, bribes to obtain approval of investment money from those pension funds.
The former Deputy Chief Information Officer for Wayne County plead guilty on Monday to illegally taking cash from a private contractor.
The government says Jeffrey Beasley accepted bribes including cash, travel, meals and private plane flights.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says a two year investigation shows Hawkins allegedly took $1,000 in exchange for allowing a bar to stay open despite code violations.
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