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August 2013 Archives

Alleged drunk driver blinded by sun, strikes 3 victims

A 21-year-old Michigan woman is facing criminal charges for drunk driving after she allegedly struck three people with her vehicle. The woman is facing formal charges of operating while intoxicated - second offense, along with two counts of operating while intoxicated causing serious injury. Authorities report that the driver's blood alcohol content after arrest measured at 0.12 percent. The legal limit for driving in the state of Michigan is 0.08 percent.

Woman arrested for DUI after striking 3 cars

A 25-year-old woman is facing charges after she was arrested on Aug. 11 for alleged drunk driving. The Dearborn woman reportedly struck three vehicles while driving through an apartment complex parking lot. She was apprehended even though she fled to her parents' home in Dearborn Heights, according to news reports. The woman is charged with drunk driving and leaving the scene of a crash.

Ex-con facing charges for purse-nabbing

A 52-year-old man is facing theft charges after allegedly grabbing an elderly woman's purse. The Michigan man is accused of dragging the 94-year-old woman down the pavement before she finally relinquished her hold on her handbag. Authorities say the man is being held on $100,000 cash bond while waiting for his first hearing in mid-August. He had just been released in September after spending six years in prison for previous crimes.

Metal thefts increase throughout Detroit

Authorities throughout Detroit, Michigan, and the surrounding metro area are bemoaning the increases in larceny and theft of scrap metal in the area. Legislators and law enforcement officers cite examples of alleged thieves who have stolen massive crucifixes from churches, doors from mausoleums and even pieces of church roofs. It appears that little is sacred anymore in the city, which recently declared bankruptcy because of financial woes.