No one was injured in the crash.
Both suspects were arrested for possession of heroin and maintaining a drug house.
The suspect stabbed her and sped off in a Nissan or Toyota sedan, possibly light blue or green, driven by a Black woman.
The suspensions have to do with an investigation into promotion and selection processes, an official with state police said.
Troopers responded to a two-car crash before 3:30 a.m. Sunday on westbound I-96 near Telegraph Road.
Dee Warner, who lived in Franklin Township, went missing April 24, 2021 after last being seen at her Munger Road home.
Robert Allen Bruce was a passenger in a Chevrolet Impala that was being driven by a woman from Traverse City just before 10 p.m.
Items seized during the investigation included cocaine, cell phones and ammunition. Investigators also found a 105mm projectile.
He was arrested and lodged in the Missaukee County Jail.
The case took over a year to investigate before the man was sentenced.
While searching her vehicle officers found psilocybin mushrooms, and a concealed Sig Sauer P365 pistol.
A loaded .357 caliber handgun was discovered concealed in a duffel bag. A rifle, machete and another fixed blade knife, along with open intoxicants were found in the vehicle.
The officer managed to accelerate to lessen the impact of the collision, but still suffered a sore back from the crash.
“Our condolences go out to this gentleman’s family and friends," said MSP Lt. Shaw. “The on-scene investigation is complete, and we are waiting for the medical examiner's report."
Trooper Park asked a man on the shoreline with a boat to help him rescue the kayaker, MSP says.
The ammo was found in a bag on a convicted felon, who was also sitting where one of the firearms was found in the vehicle.
“Here is another driver, possibly impaired, driving at a high rate of speed. It puts all of us in danger and is preventable," said MSP Lt. Mike Shaw.
Michigan State Police said a suspect wanted for setting police vehciels on fire and spraying them with bullets is in custody in Sault Ste. Marie.
Video caught the suspect pouring gasoline on several MSP cruisers before lighting them on fire and then spraying them with bullets.
Michigan State Police are looking for a suspect who shot at and lit multiple patrol vehicles on fire at the Sault Ste. Marie Post in the Upper Peninsula.