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Gov. Snyder Declares September Preparedness Month

Governor Snyder has declared September as Preparedness Month in Michigan, and to support the effort, the Michigan State Police Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division is joining other agencies and organizations nationwide to encourage households, businesses and communities to develop an emergency preparedness plan

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Motorists Reminded to Use Seat Belts, Drive Sober Over Labor Day Holiday

Law enforcement from 150 local police departments, sheriff's offices and Michigan State Police are continuing a stepped up drunk driving and seat belt enforcement through the Labor Day holiday weekend

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Most Wanted Sex Offender Caught

One of Michigan's most wanted sex offenders is now behind bars. The Michigan State Police and Flint Police Department say they captured Anthony Beaurum. Warrants were out for Beaurum for the past year-and-a-half that included attempted murder, armed robbery, and five counts of felony sex offender violations

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Motorcyclist Crashes While Fleeing Police

Michigan State Police are investigating an incident in which a motorcyclist fled police and crashed. On Thursday around 10:40 p.m., troopers from the MSP Flint Post attempted to stop a motorcycle for a traffic violation on Woodbridge Street near Flushing Road in Flint

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State Emergency Operations Center Activated After Storms, Flooding

The State of Michigan activated the State Emergency Operations Center late Monday night after storms caused flooding in the metro Detroit area and beyond. Drivers were being asked to avoid the area during the Tuesday morning commute due to may road being impassible

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Two Flint Residents Charged in Relation to Police Chase and Fatal Crash

Two Flint residents have been charged with felonies related to a July 3rd police chase that led to a fatal crash on the city's north side.

Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton announced that 28-year-old Curtis Douglas Lee has been charged with six counts including First Degree Fleeing Police Causing Death, Carrying a Concealed Weapon, Felon in Possession of a Firearm and Felony Firearm Second Offense

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Crime Stoppers Offering Reward for Information on Deadly MSP Crash in Flint

On Tuesday, Crime Stoppers announced a cash reward is being offered for information on the suspect in a police chase that led to a 62-year-old woman's death.

According to MLive, the reward is up to $1,000

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Michigan State Police to Crack Down On Distracted Driving

The Michigan State Police are joining forces with five other state law enforcement agencies as part of a six-state trooper project focused on distracted driving. MSP Director Col. Kriste Kibbey Etue said “in addition to focusing on distracted driving behaviors, troopers will also be on the lookout for seat belt use, speeding, aggressive and impaired driving

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MSP Meets with Community Leaders to Discuss Concerns

The Michigan State Police met with community leaders on Thursday to discuss recent events that have led to some concerns.

According to ABC, Concerned Pastors for Social Action want police to understand their congregation and concerns within the community after recent police chases left two women dead in less than a month.

Flint Mayor Dayne Walling had high hopes for the meeting saying "my hope is in this too that everyone who ends up interacting with our law enforcement

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MSP Asking for Public’s Help in Locating Suspect Vehicle

The Michigan State Police Flint Post is asking for the public's help in identifying a driver that escaped police following the police-involved crash that killed a woman. The suspect vehicle is described as a green/blue Pontiac sedan with a white license plate

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