A 47-year-old man is facing charges for allegedly making a fake bomb threat on a Detroit police precinct.
The scene unfolded near Woodward Avenue and 7 Mile Road, at the 12th precinct.
Officers allegedly failed to properly log drugs into evidence and mishandled expensive items confiscated from drug dealers, including big-screen TV’s and a gaming system.
On the stand Monday, Duggan testified about what he’s accomplished, but admitted Detroit cops are still underpaid.
Police say a 38-year-old man got in an argument with a woman at a hall, then pulled a gun and fatally shot her in the head before opening fire on a crowd of people.
The deal also gives $6 million in bonuses to all unionized public safety workers.
One officer responded by returning gunshots, as both officers chased after the suspect. The 18-year-old man was then arrested and the weapon was recovered by the officers.
“There’s a dangerous man now walking the streets, when he should never have been let out in the first place.”
A judge has eased oversight of the Detroit Police Department after the government reported substantial compliance with a 2003 agreement to reduce excessive force and illegal arrests.
Between 1995 and 2000, police killed nearly 50 people, including six people who were unarmed and shot in the back.