Authorities are raiding several homes in Detroit in search of drug traffickers and illegal firearms.
Gas stations were checked and inspected for blight, loitering, narcotic activity and related violations, while warrant sweeps were conducted in surrounding communities.
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.
A man is facing charges after a police raid found a kilogram of cocaine, several thousand dollars in cash, two pit bulls, a python and a small alligator in a Detroit home.
Sheriff Mike Borkovich declined to reveal the specific materials, saying he must respect the FBI’s investigation.
Highland Park’s police chief is issuing a warning after a raid on a dollar store that was apparently selling stolen goods.
Police have identified some of the suspects who allegedly intimidated senior citizens in Detroit so they could take over their apartments to sell illegal drugs.
An official says thousands of butane canisters, an assault rifle and bags of marijuana were found at a home that exploded in Ypsilanti.
During the raids, police seized 2.5 kilograms of processed marijuana, 150 marijuana plants, seven handguns, 57,000 rounds of ammunition and 21 improvised explosive devices.
Police say a yearlong federal and local investigation of illegal firearms sales has led to a raid on an unlicensed gun shop in Michigan and the arrest of its owner.