The general manager of a ski resort vandalized by University of Michigan students estimates the total damage is about four times the original estimate.
Students from six University of Michigan fraternities and sororities collectively caused nearly $125,000 in damages.
A woman who pleaded guilty for participating in the vandalism of a southeastern Michigan high school football field has agreed to pay about $32,000 in restitution.
Two resorts say damage estimates have climbed to nearly $125,000 after a weekend of partying left dozens of rooms in shambles.
Officials at ski resorts in northern Michigan say University of Michigan fraternity members were responsible for thousands of dollars in vandalism.
It’s a threat that has come through social media according to authorities.
The first suspect is a white male in his early 20’s, medium build, wearing a Christmas sweater with two reindeer and a star on the back. The second suspect is an unknown male with a medium build.
Authorities are investigating after a dispute over a parking spot outside a Macomb County Walmart ended with a car covered in glue.
City officials have apparently threatened to close the park if the vandals are not caught.
Authorities are working to identify whoever set fire to portions of a synthetic football field at an Oakland County high school.