3rd suicide of the year is also the 2nd suicide of the week at Macomb County JailIn what was the third suicide at Macomb County Jail since the start of 2017 — and the second suicide within one week's time -- a 34-year-old man fatally hung himself at the Mount Clemens-based jail on Wednesday, the Macomb County Sheriff's Office announced. All three suicides this year have been done by way of hanging.
No blood or drug paraphernalia were found at the scene, police saidA man's decomposing body was found in a vacant home on Detroit's east side late Wednesday night, police said. The man's body was found at about 10:10 p.m. on the 14400 block of Mapleridge, said Michael Woody, director of media relations for the Detroit Police Department. The area is south of East Seven Mile and just east of Chalmers.
It took rescuers about an hour to find the boy, 30 to 40 yards from the shoreAn 11-year-old boy drowned in the Detroit River after falling into the water during a visit with family friends on Wednesday in Trenton, police said. Police were called, at about 12:55 p.m. Wednesday, on a report that the boy fell into the river while playing with his younger brother, said Trenton public safety director James Nardone. The boy’s family were visiting friends on the 2400 block of Riverside Drive.
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