“For years and years – we have made sure we gave accurate information.”
A 51-year-old Detroit man seen in a video being punched and kicked by police during his arrest has been ordered to stand trial June 8 on carjacking, robbery and other charges.
One couple never sold their tickets, but were ticketed because “police unreasonably suspected that they may sell them.”
“A lot of kids are seeing guns in the homes every day,” said the principal.
A man charged with carjacking is seeking more than $1 million in a lawsuit against officers seen on video beating him.
Detroit Police Chief James Craig spoke with kids to find out how they feel about the police, while trying to encourage the youth to befriend them.
The couple claims six plain-clothes officers, who were wearing masks and armed with rifles, kicked in their front door, stormed into their home without a search warrant and handcuffed them.
State police are recommending charges in the beating of a Detroit carjacking suspect whose arrest was recorded on video by a woman inside her home.
Police in Detroit are considering a plan to tap into feeds from exterior surveillance cameras at gas stations, stores and other businesses to help officers respond more quickly to crime.
Police officers were caught on video beating the man, who is now facing carjacking, armed robbery and many other charges.