Troopers located a semi-automatic pistol from the stuffing. Her male passenger admitted to being in possession of oxycodone and was also taken into custody.
A woman told Michigan State Police she was pregnant, but she actually had a gun hidden in a fake baby bump under her shirt.
In court Thursday State Representative Jewell Jones admitted that he violated conditions of bond for a drunk driving arrest in April. The judge told him that he thought he was deceptive to his own attorney, the prosecutor's office and possibly, the court.
Inkster Police and Michigan State Police are investigating if the shooting of four people at a basketball game and two others shootings are linked after three people were killed in less than 12 hours.
Police are investigating a murder that happened Tuesday morning in Inkster.
Two people are dead after a group of people was shot at while playing basketball in Inkster.
It is alleged that Jones drove drunk, more than twice the legal limit for at least 50 miles with his Glock pistol in the cupholder. And when he eventually crashed his SUV he allegedly became combative with police and even a paramedic who tried to help.
Rep. Jewell Jones, 25, was arrested last week after he was involved in a crash on I-96 in Livingston County.
The current Cornerstone High School teacher has been charged with six counts of criminal sexual conduct in the first degree. The allegations say when he was teaching science at the now-closed Thomas Gist Academy in Inkster, he sexually assaulted one of his 12-year-old students.
Police said an Inkster man shot a Wayne man during an argument over life insurance.
Michigan state representative Jewell Jones was arrested on a felony and two misdemeanor charges after a crash earlier this week.
Steven Delahaye claims to have seen Inkster Democrat State Rep. Jewell Jones driving erratically on I-96 before he eventually got into an accident in Livingston County.
A man lost control, hit a sign, flipped his vehicle, and crashed into an Inkster school.
The National Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame doesn't have a city yet to call home. But early talks between the city of Inkster and its founding members could pave way for the institution to be built in the city.
Police say they believe an argument led an Inkster man to fatally shoot his brother.
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.
There were long lines at the Wayne County Health Department office Saturday morning as people wait to receive their second COVID vaccine dose.
Two Michigan men who have been exonerated after wrongfully spending 17 years in prison have filed a lawsuit against the City of Inkster and two former detectives.
Christopher and Elvin Thornton, two brothers from Inkster asked for food and money for Christmas in hopes of donating it to people who are less fortunate.
Two brothers from Inkster insisted that their holiday gifts be money and food to help the homeless this year. Together, the family donated a hundred meals and what they didn't hand out they gifted to local shelters.