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Sean Combs, 18, was arrested for carrying a rifle in downtown Birmingham in April; he was found not guilty of disturbing the peace and brandishing a firearm in July.
Temperatures will dip down into the 30s across southeast Michigan Sunday night and into Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
Kroger stores in 15 states, including Michigan, are recalling some packages of fresh spinach that may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
Pet of the Week Yoko is available for adoption through Paws for Life Rescue in Troy.
Signs of a struggle were found at the Troy home of Patrick Joseph Mikes, 55, who was last seen leaving the home on bicycle Friday afternoon.
Some council members believe "Birmingham" should be removed from the transit center's new title.
Sean Combs, 18, is charged with disturbing the peace and brandishing a firearm after he was stopped by Birmingham Police while openly carrying his loaded rifle downtown.
The officer was responding to the area near Maple and Thunderbird roads to assist Birmingham Police in locating a speeding motorcyclist.
Nearly a dozen open carry advocates met at Shain Park in Birmingham again Friday to support 18-year-old Sean Combs, who was arrested in Birmingham in April for carrying a loaded M1 Garand rifle.
The presidential candidate is in town for a private event hosted by Gov. Rick Snyder on Wednesday night.
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