The article titled, “A Show of Courage In Detroit,” comes following at least five fatal shootings in two months involving homeowners protecting themselves from intruders.
Detroit Police Chief James Craig — with reporters, TV cameras and photographers in tow — confronts a liquor store owner over alleged criminal activity.
Detroit City Council member Brenda Jones has been highly critical of the patrols, calling them a “disgrace.”
The number of carjackings in Detroit greatly outnumber those in L.A. and Cincinnati …
Authorities called off the search for a man who called 911, claiming to be a Russian national, who had been kidnapped and stabbed.
Police Chief Craig says that they have searched over 25 buildings, spanning about 15 city blocks as of Tuesday evening.
The top cop outlined his plan to break down individual police precincts into smaller neighborhoods.
Twenty-four-year old Courtney Meeks was shot in the neck running to the aid of a woman who was carjacked in the store parking lot.
It was not immediately clear whether the suspect who actually made the threat is among those arrested.
Police Chief Craig says he believes the threat was made by a gang member and drug dealer.