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Ferndale Police arrested two men Tuesday night who were allegedly advertising as a transsexual escort service.
Law enforcement agencies will be looking for motorists who aren't buckled up during the "Click It or Ticket" campaign that runs through June 3.
"We had to change our strategy a couple times," Ferndale Fire Chief Kevin Sullivan said of fighting the fast-moving fire, which was caused by a drum of animal fat that boiled over.
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Ferndale Police Chief Timothy Collins spoke at the ceremony, which was held in honor of Police Week and Police Memorial Day to remember officers who have been lost in the line of duty.
The two men are suspected of posing as customers at Suburban Buick GMC in an attempt to steal a vehicle.
The men may have been posing as customers trying to take a vehicle out for a supposed test drive in an attempt to steal the car, Ferndale Police said.
Overheated drum of animal fat blamed for starting Thursday morning blaze that overtook Van Industries, sending up plumes of smoke seen for miles. No injuries reported.
Oak Park 18-year-old is charged with misrepresenting a drug-buying deal gone bad as robbery, but supporters say he's a victim of racial profiling.
A school resource officer, who was recently hired to work full time at the alternative high school, noticed a strong marijuana smell near the student, according to the article.
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