New developments in the investigation of body parts found in Warren and Sterling Heights.
It’s not unusual for the Grand Rapids public works department to get calls about cellphones or keys being flushed down the toilet.
Officials hope DNA samples from tattooed chunks of human flesh discovered in a metro Detroit sewer last month will help them determine the identity of the person they came from.
Police looking to identify body parts found in a sewer say a tattoo on some of the pieces could be 15 to 20 years old.
Sterling Heights police have been fielding calls from across the country from people with missing family members after 10 body parts were found in a sewer under 15 Mile Road.
Police have closed 15 Mile Road in Sterling Heights after human body parts were found in a sewer.
“You can see every rib. He obviously hadn’t eaten in days or weeks. He’s not in great shape, but he was definitely happy to be out of there, and we’re glad a kind person contacted us in time.”
A popular intersection in Oak Park has reopened Tuesday morning after a tanker delivering fuel to a gas station Monday clipped a valve and spilled hundreds of gallons of gas on the roadway.
Detroit fire crews were on the scene Tuesday afternoon of a hazardous materials situation at the city’s biggest medical complex.
A Birmingham fire official says five students and one teacher were taken to the hospital as a precaution after odors from sewer work wafted into Seaholm High School.