Northville + Crumbley’s new police program wants their son as a witness

Hello, neighbors. Dylan Siwicki here with your Tuesday edition of the Plymouth-Canton Daily, packed with all the local news you need to know right now. I will go straight to the point.


First, today’s weather forecast:

Sunny and pleasant. High: 82 Low: 61.


Here are the top stories in Plymouth-Canton today:

  1. Northville Township Police start a neighborhood crime prevention program. The “Partners In Your Safety” program is similar to efforts he founded while working for Canton Township and Washtenaw Community College, Northville Police Chief Scott Hilden said. (hometown life)
  2. Jennifer and James Crumbley plan to name their son as witness to testify in their criminal trial, their lawyers announced at a hearing on Monday. (Rochester Hills patch)
  3. Who is Hiring In the Plymouth-Canton area? Discover new local jobs. (Plymouth-Township Patch)

Today in Plymouth-Canton:

  • Board Meeting – Charter Township of Plymouth (7:00 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • Michigan State Youth Football Association, Inc.: “Congratulations to the U14 @plymouth_reign 2008 NLC Girls who advance to the Midwest Regional Championship Semi-Finals” (Michigan State Youth Soccer Association, Inc. via Facebook)
  • Cantonal therapeutic leisure: “Camp Leisure Club Families! We have more spots available the following days – 6/30 – Imagination Station 7/7 – Blake’s Cider Mill 7/12 – Hazen’s Farm Blueberry Picking 7/14 – USPBL Baseball 7/21 – Detroit School of Rock and Pop 07/26 –…” (Cantonal therapeutic leisure via Facebook)
  • Nextdoor neighbor, Canton Windsor Park: “I need a reasonable air conditioning person or company to check my air. – Keeps freezing the A in the oven so I think it’s low on freezing.” (The next door)
  • Nextdoor neighbor, Fairways West: “Does anyone have work to do?” (The next door)

You are now in the loop and ready to start this Tuesday on the right foot. I’ll join you early tomorrow morning with another update!

Dylan Siwicki

About me: I was born and raised on the Westside of Detroit, in the Polish blue-collar neighborhood of Warrendale. I am a Detroit Public School graduate who fought hard to earn my education. My aspiration to journalism came when I was young, when I started following the corruption scandal of former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick. My first break into the world of journalism began with the opportunity to work at the Michigan Journal, where I primarily reported on campus and local news throughout the Dearborn community. I finally worked my way to the news editor. So, with first-hand experience growing up in a close-knit neighborhood, I know the importance of delivering news and telling stories that impact local communities. And as the latest news editor at Patch for Metro Detroit, it’s my job to deliver that news. So feel free to contact me about new tips or your own unique experiences at [email protected]

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