A Detroit police officer reportedly under investigation has been found dead in Sterling Heights.
The Wayne County Prosecutor has called for an independent investigation after a profanity-laden police beating was caught on camera.
No bigger than a lipstick tube, the cameras are meant to record an officer’s-eye view at all times.
Investigators would like to talk to occupants in the car shown on the video.
It’s a threat that has come through social media according to authorities.
“It became an issue for me because they need to be fed,” said Rev. Adams.
“As I’ve said, I don’t know of any police officers who wake up in the morning and look to get involved in deadly force incident,” he said.
Authorities say he unleashed his 100 pound bulldog on a police officer while trying to get away, causing injury to the officer.
Among the unsigned warrants at the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office are 21 for murder, including one going back to 2010.
A 47-year-old man is facing charges for allegedly making a fake bomb threat on a Detroit police precinct.