Shelby Township woman backs into the squad car after traffic stop for hit-and-run

Following reports of a hit-and-run incident, police were interviewing one of the victims in a Rochester Hills subdivision when the alleged suspect drove by the two. After pointing out the driver, the officer initiated a traffic stop. When the officer asked the driver to put her car into park, the 54-year-old Shelby Township resident backed into the squad car. The driver was taken to a nearby hospital for a blood test and was arrested for operating a vehicle while under the influence and leaving the scene of an accident.

44-year-old who bit woman's ear off could be charged with two 10-year felonies

Oakland County Sheriff deputies came upon a crime scene one sergeant is describing as a "once in a lifetime" incident. A woman's ear and parts of her face had been bitten off by another woman who she had invited over for drinks. The woman could be charged with assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder and assault with intent to maim - both 10-year felonies.