The freeway was closed this morning during the investigation.
Police said a car that fled a traffic stop in Detroit later crashed after striking a pole.
Several police agencies responded to two groups of stolen vehicles that were traveling eastbound on I-96. One group crashed and nine people were arrested Monday morning. The other group remains at-large
"When he shot me the first thing I said to him was, ‘What the hell? Why did you not check your firearm?’ Because your number one responsibility as a responsible firearm carrier, is to know the condition of your weapon," he said.
Michigan State Police Special Investigation Section (SIS) detectives were called to investigate at 5p.m. on Sunday.
While pulled over on the Southfield Freeway, an Oak Park driver suspected of being drunk crashed into the back of the police cruiser, injuring two officers. Police also found a firearm in the vehicle.
The Metro Narcotics Enforcement Team executed a search warrant in the residence, seizing 435 grams of methamphetamine and 104 grams of fentanyl. Several firearms were also taken by authorities.
The driver of the car is suspected to have been operating under the influence of drugs or alcohol, according to MSP.
“She was repeatedly raped, repeatedly beaten, and repeatedly strangled," Arthurs said. "Nobody knows where she was for 24 days, but it was not like her to not contact anybody. She was heading home.”
Michigan State Police, Computer Crimes Unit, Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force, arrested a 22-year-old man for aggravated possession of child sexually abusive material.
The driver, a convicted felon was operating the vehicle without a valid ID when they were pulled over on Davison near I-96.
At 10:10 AM, police report that the suspect came out of the apartment and fired at police. Multiple Taylor police officers returned fire striking the suspect.
The fatal shooting happened during an alleged breaking and entering call at 3 p.m. in Laketon Township, near Muskegon.
Michigan State Police, Detroit Police, and Warren Police arrested a man following a high-speed chase on Thursday. Police said he was wanted for shooting into a home multiple times in February.
Michigan State Police say an 18-year-old man was killed late Friday night while attempting to walk across I-275 after the car he was in crashed.
MSP responded to a welfare check and found the man deceased inside the mobile home. Investigators have determined this to be a homicide.
Leading up to the shooting, the victim and gunman failed to yield to each other at the end of the ramp from Outer Drive to I-75 at 6:30 p.m.
Michigan State Police reached speeds up to 100 mph before the suspect vehicle turned its lights off, prompting officers to terminate the pursuit on grounds of safety.
And the bill also included, "A $375 Covid charge," she said. "Five hundred some dollars for storage, $2,100 to hook it up."
Michigan State Police are investigating a wrong-way crash that killed two people late Friday night on I-275 in Romulus.