Around 5 p.m. Thursday, a 911 caller told authorities that Steele crashed into a home near Nine Mile and Ryan. The caller believed she was inhaling chemicals, which police later found in the Jeep.
A Grosse Pointe Park pharmacist allegedly filled fake prescriptions as part of a Detroit drug ring.
Federal officials say a Grosse Pointe Park man bankrolled a massive cocaine trafficking ring where at least $100 million in cocaine was confiscated.
“The Dodge Charger had gone so fast that when it hit the semi-truck, it went through and underneath the trailer," he said.
An attorney is accused of stealing money his client wanted to be donated to the Michigan Humane Society.
The CEO of Holy Cross in Grosse Pointe Park has been charged with using the church's money to pay for his car repairs and to buy a new roof for his home, among other charges.
Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy said the displaying of a flag with racist imagery did not amount to the charge of ethnic intimidation after a Grosse Pointe Park resident put up a KKK flag for their neighbor to see.
Was there a crime committed? That's a question for the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office. The sign is down and the owner is not talking to the police.
"I said, I know there's not a klan sign in the window next door," said Jedonna Dinges. "And I opened the curtains and I looked and sure enough, there was a klan sign in the window next door."
Grosse Pointe Park residents gather to support their community member Je Donna Dinges after a neighbor hung a KKK flag in their window facing Dinges home
She wonders if how police responded to her 911 call after watching her neighbor fire a gun from his back porch a few years ago, played a role in that same neighbor hanging a KKK flag facing her home last week.
Jerome Smith says he's been left with more than $8,000 in repair costs on his badly damaged car. The problem seems to be a bush that Smith says he couldn't see beyond it and then he heard a large boom.
A Michigan priest is squirting holy water from a squirt gun in an attempt to bridge faith with social distancing measures.
A Grosse Pointe Park cashier with a keen eye noticed someone trying to use a counterfeit $100 and took action.