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MSP Flint Post Reports ‘Stuff a Blue Goose’ Campaign a Huge Sucess

The Michigan State Police Flint Post has reported the first annual 'Stuff a Blue Goose' campaign held in Burton on December 14th was a huge success. Troopers from the Flint Post, along with Burton Firefighters, the staff from Toys for Tots, and Elga Credit Union braved the snowy weather and icy conditions to stand outside for over six hours collecting new unwrapped toys and cash donations

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MSP Launch ‘Stuff the Blue Goose’ Campaign to Help ‘Toys for Tots’

The Michigan State Police have announced they will be gathering toys for the less fortunate with their 'Stuff the Blue Goose' campaign this weekend.

The MSP has partnered with 'Toys for Tots' and will have a patrol car - known as the Blue Goose - available on Saturday for shoppers to place a new, unwrapped toy, non-perishable food item or new clothing item into the State Police patrol car and thus "stuff a blue goose

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MSP Reports Decrease in Traffic Fatalities During 2013 Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend

The Michigan State Police (MSP) has announced a decrease in traffic fatalities during the 2013 Thanksgiving Holiday weekend. According to a news release from the MSP, preliminary reports show eight people lost their lives in eight separate crashes

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Meet with Local Law Enforcement at Upcoming Community Meetings

The Michigan State Police and Flint Police Department are hosting a series of community meetings. The meetings are open to all residents who have questions, concerns or an interest in law enforcement efforts

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Special Holiday Patrols to Promote Traffic Safety

The Michigan State Police of Flint and Saginaw will be dedicating special patrols to traffic enforcement for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

Troopers will be focusing on traffic safety concerns such as speed, safety belts and driving intoxicated

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MSP Offers Tips for Safe Winter Driving

With winter weather now upon us, the Michigan State Police Third District Headquarters is reminding motorists to be aware of several factors during winter driving.

Officers remind motorists to take precautions when stopping and turning in winter weather

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Flint Toddler’s Death Ruled a Homicide

A toddler's death in Flint has been ruled a homicide by authorities. According to WNEM, an autopsy performed on Saturday revealed that the two-year-old died of internal injuries.

Police were called to a Flint home on Friday afternoon on a report that a child wasn't breathing.

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MSP, Flint Police Department Investigate Weekend Homicide of 16-Year-Old

On Sunday morning around 4:00 a.m., detectives from the Michigan State Police working jointly with detectives form the Flint Police Department responded to a report of a male down in the street in the City of Flint in the 100 block of Tobias Street

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State Police Collect More Than 600 Pounds of Medication on National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

The Michigan State Police (MSP) have announced that slightly more than 640 pounds of prescription drugs were collected at MSP posts across the state during the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day held on Saturday, October 26th

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MSP Offers Safety Tips for Trick-or-Treaters in Genesee County

As children get ready to hit the streets for trick-or-treating, the Michigan State Police is offering up safety tips to make sure everyone enjoys Halloween.

Lt. Brian Cole of the Michigan State Police Third District says “part of enjoying Halloween festivities is recognizing possible dangers and taking precautions

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