A former suburban Detroit police chief has been sentenced to serve at least five years in prison for his role in a corruption case.
The deal wraps up a corruption case that also brought the convictions of the city’s police chief and his wife.
LeAndre Childs, 18, walked in to Romulus police headquarters Thursday afternoon.
Romulus police are hoping the public can help them track down an 18-year-old suspected killer.
A 35-year-old Grosse Ile woman is in critical but stable condition after she was struck by a vehicle while rollerblading down the road.
Authorities say officers were in hot pursuit when the 18-year-old man’s car suddenly crashed.
The driver was airlifted to the University of Michigan Medical Center — in critical condition — after he was trapped in the truck’s cab.
Company officials said the mall, which has a planned opening in 2016, will have shaded pedestrian concourses and architecture “inspired by the unique character of Detroit and southeast Michigan.”
Prosecutors say the chief and detectives used drug forfeiture money to pay for prostitutes, alcohol, marijuana and a tanning salon.
Police in Romulus are in the process of investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of baby over the weekend.