hit and run
State police say the vehicle probably has extensive front-end damage and may have damage to its windshield.
Detroit police have released a composite sketch of a hit-and-driver suspected of killing a 55-year-old woman on the city’s west side last month.
An unidentified male was crossing the southbound lanes of Telegraph when a newer model, silver, Dodge Charger — traveling south on Telegraph — disregarded the traffic light and struck the victim.
Detroit police are searching for the driver of a dark-colored Grand Prix who struck and killed a 55-year-old woman on the city’s west side.
One person is hospitalized and another is on the run after a chain-reaction accident sent a vehicle crashing into a gas line at a Mount Clemens duplex, setting off a fire.
Investigators have classified a crash in Warren that took the life of a 62-year-old woman as a hit-and-run — and they’re looking for the driver who fled the scene.
Lieutenant Anthony Greene is asking witnesses to come forward.
Police say the man was walking along the road when he was hit by a white-colored vehicle that quickly fled the scene.
Sonia Tartt left six children, 12 grandchildren and one great-grandson behind.
The bus driver had a blood alcohol level more than twice the legal limit, according to police.