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Top Detroit news: 'Peeping Tom' lawyer pleads to earlier case; rescheduled fireworks to be televised

Top Detroit news: 'Peeping Tom' lawyer pleads to earlier case; rescheduled fireworks to be televised
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By Hoodline - Published on May 21, 2020.

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Detroit.

Police seek suspect involved in fatal stabbing on west side

The police department is seeking the public's help in locating a suspect involved in a fatal stabbing on the city's west side. It happened May 14 at approximately 3:20 a.m. in the 21300 block of West McNichols Road.

Read the full story on CBS Detroit.

Woodward Avenue near I-94 to close for 2 weekends

Woodward Avenue will be closed in both directions between I-94 and East/West Grand Boulevard. Here are all the details.

Read the full story on CBS Detroit.

MoGo bike share to launch suburban expansion June 4

MoGo, the bike-share system that launched a network of stations in Detroit in 2017, will launch its expansion into five northern inner-ring suburbs and northwest Detroit on June 4.

Read the full story on Daily Detroit.

Detroit fireworks to be televised Aug. 31, public viewing not allowed

The 2020 Detroit fireworks, originally scheduled for June 22, have been rescheduled for Aug. 31 and will be a TV-only event.

Read the full story on Detroit Free Press.

'Peeping Tom’ attorney was following women home, pleads to earlier case

A metro Detroit attorney has pleaded no contest to window peeping in Bloomfield Township in January after reportedly being caught doing the same thing in Southfield last week.

Read the full story on www.dailytribune.com.


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