A lot happened this past week, and we want to make sure you didn't miss a thing. Here are some of the biggest stories on Patch:
Two rescued from Lake St. Clair
Two people were rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard Thursday after they were thrown into Lake St. Clair when their personal watercraft ran aground in the Middle Channel, according to St. Clair Shores Patch.
Crewmembers on a TowBoat U.S. boat notified a radio watchstander at Coast Guard Station St. Clair Shores that they had the two individuals, whose names and hometowns were not released, aboard the vessel and they needed medical attention.
The Coast Guard launched a rescue boat and transferred the people, who were wearing life jackets when they fell in the water, to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources boat ramp in the Clinton River for medical attention.
According to a release, the two people were treated and released.
Fire ravages boats at Anchor Bay marina
New Baltimore-Chesterfield Patch reported that a Chesterfield marina fire left four boats damaged Sunday afternoon, according to officials.
By 2:40 p.m. fire crews had contained the blaze that is believed to have started when someone tried to shrink-wrap their vessel on the Anchor Bay Marina at Jefferson and Riverpoint. A torch used in the heating process ignited the flames that spread to other vessels. No one was injured.
Fire officials said they are continuing to investigate, but believe the fire was accidental. They said the person who was shrink-wrapping the boat is a private owner and not a marina employee.
'Freaky bad' delivery: Jimmy John's driver robbed on the job
Fenton Police said that a Jimmy John’s employee was delivering a sandwich order Wednesday evening when the customer stole a gold bracelet from his wrist and fled on foot, according to Fenton Patch.
Chief Rick Aro said the employee delivered the sandwich to a customer behind a business in Fenton. After a conversation about the method of payment, the customer reached out to hand money to the employee, then ripped a $300, 14-carat gold bracelet from the employee’s wrist and ran south into some nearby trees, reports state.
Officers were unable to locate the suspect, but did find a witness who reported that he saw a man matching the description enter a white Honda and drive away.
Patch local editors Edward Cardenas, Christy Arboscello and Jason Alexander contributed to this report.