Man beaten by Inkster police officers aces polygraph test
Floyd Dent was hooked up to a lie detector machine by one of the most highly-regarded examiners in the state of Michigan and asked direct questions about threatening police officers in Inkster.
Police said when Dent opened his car door after being pulled over he yelled at officers that he was going to kill them. The officers testified that is the reason Dent was dragged from the car and put in a choke hold.
However, Dent says he never said such a thing to the officers. He went to retired police officer and polygraph expert Neil Meyers to prove it … click here for more details.
Death investigation at Lincoln Park pawn shop
Detectives from the Lincoln Park Police Department are investigating a suspicious death inside Platinum Pawn Shop early Wednesday morning.
Local 4 has learned that investigators have been at the pawn store since around 10 p.m. Tuesday evening. Police have not released any information at this time … click here for more details.
Pregnant mother, child held up by gunman at Southfield apartment
A pregnant mother and her child were held up at gunpoint outside their Southfield apartment March 19.
Police are still looking for the two suspects at large.
Amber left her apartment around 8:45 a.m. to take her 6-year-old daughter to school earlier this month but says two men were waiting.
Now Southfield police want to catch the two suspects before they strike again … click here for more details.
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