The Michigan State Police deployed 24 officers to New Jersey in order to provide support and security in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
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Thursday, April 12, 2012
A former counselor at Camp Tanuga who may have come into contact with Abbott Middle School students has been accused of criminal sexual conduct.
Thursday, January 5, 2012
A West Bloomfield resident reportedly flagged down an Ohio police officer Thursday to report that he struck a pedestrian in Farmington.
A West Bloomfield resident told a North Ridgeville, OH, police officer that he was among several motorists who struck a pedestrian killed Thursday morning on Interstate 696 near Farmington Road, according to ChronicleOnline.com, a Lorain County, OH-based news source. The Detroit Free Press reported Thursday afternoon that the victim was Bloomfield Township resident Daniel E. Armitage, 41, an Ann Arbor firefighter. A motorist who tried to avoid the crash, along with his two children, also suffered injuries, the newspaper reported. ChronicleOnline.com reported the West Bloomfield man didn't stop until he reached Ohio because he at first believed he had struck a deer. The man’s wife then called him to tell him about seeing the accident on …
Saturday, February 19, 2011
Jerry Kuza began his career with people by working in a convenience store. Now, he wants to help as a Michigan State Trooper.
Jerry Kuza, who as a teenager worked in a West Bloomfield convenience store, dreams today of working with and helping people in a much different way – as a Michigan state trooper. After graduating college with a criminal justice degree, Kuza, who grew up in West Bloomfield, said a state trooper asked him if he had considered a career as a trooper. "I told him I hadn’t thought about it, so he took me for a ride-along," Kuza said. "Ever since then, I started throwing my applications in. I was hooked." Kuza, 31, is one of 38 paid recruits currently in the 20-week trooper training program in Lansing. The recruits, carefully chosen from throughout Michigan, train from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. in use of firearms, water safety, defensive tactics, …