Detroit police are trying to sort out details of a home invasion in which a woman exchanged gunshots with two suspected burglars.
Federal agents were just trying to grab a bite to eat in Detroit’s Corktown when they were apparently targeted by thieves.
A Flint woman claims that thieves took electronics, jewelry and her pet chinchilla during a break-in at her home.
The suspects left the station at S. Telegraph Rd. and Dunbar with some stolen money but not the wallet.
Police say the situation unfolded early Wednesday morning after a robbery was reported at Jenuwine’s Tobacco Barn.
Investigators are trying to track down the person suspected of breaking into at least a half-dozen homes in Waterford Township.
The men, who were arrested in Detroit, used duct tape to bound the victims, according to police.
Windsor police are searching for the owner of a stolen United States Marine Corps “challenge coin.”
Dominic Lyndell Waters, 20, of Mt. Clemens was arrested on Dec. 19 for his involvement in a robbery where three men forced a 67-year-old woman into her home at gunpoint, tied her up and robbed the house.
The woman told police she was unloading groceries when one of the men allegedly grabbed her from behind and told her not to scream.