law enforcement

"Michigan, Ohio and Indiana State troopers are watching for driving violations among commercial vehicles this week. Michigan’s “Eyes on 94” initiative is part of a multi-state effort to reduce accidents involving semi-trucks." (WDET)

"Michigan law enforcement agencies are returning donated surplus military equipment to the federal government this month — including tracked armored vehicles that metro Detroit sheriff's offices have had for more than a decade— under orders of the White House, and they are not happy about it." (Detroit Free Press)

State Capitol - file photo
Melissa Benmark / WKAR

(MPRN-Lansing) The state Senate is considering legislation that would ease penalties for underage drinking in Michigan. 

"Michigan police agencies seized some $23.9 million last year from suspected drug traffickers, according to a forfeiture report released by the Michigan State Police." (Detroit News)

"A large portion of a lawsuit by the former deputy police chief and inspector against the City of Battle Creek has been dismissed. James Saylor and Maria Alonso will still argue in court their firings on April 29, 2014, were not legal." (Battle Creek Enquirer)

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