East Lansing police arrested multiple people Saturday night near River and Cedar streets, which is a traditional spot for MSU students to party after major sports victories.
A 20-year-old woman walking along northbound Gratiot south of Capital Drive was hit and killed, but the driver fled the area.
He told a man identified as 55 year-old Michael Scipio of Detroit to sing and make animal noises while the officer recorded the incident with his cell phone camera.
Police say the woman was stopped at a red light when another car pulled up next to her and the men, wearing ski masks, jumped out yelling and waving guns.
Police are investigating a shooting in Waterford Friday afternoon at an apartment complex.
Members of the “Change Agent Consortium” are asking for the immediate suspension of officers who they say videotaped an African-American man as he was ordered to make “monkey sounds.”
Police say a group of people allegedly involved in a home break-in nearby were followed to this home.
Police say they’re received a ton of information, but have yet to ID the killer.
The 30-year-old clerk was shot multiple times in what may have been a botched robbery.
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