State police said as they while being dispatched to the crash, they received another car of a rollover. The driver of the first crash allegedly got out of his vehicle and was struck by another vehicle and was killed.
Michigan State Police are investigating after a freeway shooting Friday night.
The Michigan State Police Metro South Post is currently accepting Purses with a Purpose donations in their lobby which is taking place during Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
A drunk driver crashed into a Southfield police cruiser on the Lodge Saturday morning as Michigan State Police were investigating an impaired driver. No one was hurt in the crash and the suspect was arrested.
Lincoln Park Police said a woman has been arrested in connection to the discovery of a newborn baby found in the woods in Lincoln Park in March.
Michigan State Police Trooper Herman Brown spent almost 30 years in the Monroe Post but died on Monday, two weeks after catching COVID-19 in Florida.
It happened early Monday morning off I-96 just outside of Lansing where a trooper was responding to another driver that hit a deer. The driver cited for hitting the cruiser said it was on autopilot.
Michigan State Police said the 22-year-old was traveling on I-96 using in a Tesla with the autopilot function on when it collided with a police car that had pulled over after a separate crash.
Michigan State Troopers assist Detroit police Friday night after hearing that a DPD scout had guns pointed at them.
Police said the victim's car was rear-ended by a Chevrolet Traverse, causing significant damage and killing her. The two children in the car were taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
At least four people are injured on both the east and westbound sides of the freeway, although to what extent and how, investigators have not released at this time.
An off-duty Detroit Police Officer as the unrelated driver who hit a man who ran from a shooting scene on I-96 Monday night according to sources. The officer was ruled not at fault by investigators.
Both Michigan State Police and community activists are theorizing the success of Project Greenlight in Detroit is inadvertently leading to more violence on freeways.
Michigan State Police said a woman who was shot on I-96 Monday night did not die from her injuries and is expected to be taken off life support.
Two people died by gunfire while a third was struck by a non-involved vehicle as they were fleeing the scene late Monday night. Michigan State Police shut down a portion of the road for hours.
A friend said the victim showed up at his home after being shot in the chest in Inkster. He took the victim to the hospital as police investigated.
With traffic backed up on the I-275 ramp, a driver attempted to bypass stopped vehicles when he came up a state trooper waiting for a tow truck. The driver attempted to wedge himself between police and a semi-truck, hitting both.
Federal and local law enforcement converged on a home on Greenview Street in west Detroit, where they entered the residence guns drawn.
"We have ear muffs for sound, sunglasses for visual," he said. "If we don't have the tools that we need to make that situation more soothing for them, it can take a turn for the worse."
Some MSP officials under investigation after using the encrypted messaging app "Signal."