A Detroit police officer reportedly under investigation has been found dead in Sterling Heights.
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.
The system, called “Okay-to-Say,” allows kids to anonymously report information about weapons, bullying and other problems.
“There’s a dangerous man now walking the streets, when he should never have been let out in the first place.”
Between 1995 and 2000, police killed nearly 50 people, including six people who were unarmed and shot in the back.
“I find that appalling and certainly not reflective of the Detroit today,” Chief James Craig said.
About 400 people gathered at Hart Plaza for a protest Thursday evening against the shooting of an unarmed teenager in Missouri.
It was a meet and greet Monday in Detroit for residents and the police officers charged with keeping them safe.
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Compared to last year, the city has seen 37 percent fewer robberies in 2014, 22 percent fewer break-ins of businesses and homes, and 30 percent fewer carjackings.