Daily Archives: May 3, 2019

2 Face Charges Related To Vandalism Of Gerald Ford Gravesite – Detroit News Watch

GRAND RAPIDS (AP) — Authorities say two people suspected of defacing the gravesite of former President Gerald Ford and first lady Betty Ford have been charged with misdemeanors. Prosecutors in Grand Rapids, Michigan, have charged Christian Johnson with malicious destruction of tombs and memorials and Alexis Binkert with receiving and concealing stolen property. Police had released a photo that appears ...

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L. Brooks Patterson on the Fight for His Life, Denise Ilitch Sounds Off on HBO Report – Detroit News Watch

Southfield (Detroit News Watch) – If there’s one thing Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson is known for it’s putting up a good fight. Heaven knows the 80-year-old Republican leader has been at the forefront of many political battles. Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson He’s determined to win his newest fight — one involving his health as Patterson appeared ...

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Tigers Fall To The Phillies 7-3 – Detroit News Watch

Maikel Franco keeps producing like a cleanup hitter from the bottom of the lineup. Franco hit a bases-clearing double in the seventh, Rhys Hoskins homered and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Detroit Tigers 7-3 on Wednesday night. PHILADELPHIA, PA – MAY 01: Rhys Hoskins #17 of the Philadelphia Phillies celebrates with J.T. Realmuto #10 after hitting a solo home run ...

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Two Corrections Officers Charged In Separate Jail Incidents – Detroit News Watch

MOUNT CLEMENS (AP) — Two corrections officers have been charged in separate incidents that allegedly occurred while they were on duty at a county jail in southeastern Michigan. The Macomb County sheriff’s office says 39-year-old Sgt. James Stanley was arraigned Thursday on misdemeanor assault charges. The sheriff’s office says a Taser was used on an inmate in September. A second ...

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Omaha Beach Scratched, A Trio Of Baffert Trained Horses Now Favorites – Detroit News Watch

By J.J. Hysell Hall of Fame trainer Richard Mandella is an industry legend with nine Breeders’ Cup wins, and he has managed such greats as four-time Eclipse Award-winner Beholder and 2003 Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Pleasantly Perfect. The coveted Kentucky Derby win, however, still eludes the 68-year-old California native. He was hoping that would change Saturday with his entrant this ...

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