Most-Viewed in September: Woman Arrested for Prostitution, Tina's Ordered to Build Bypass
Our numbers show these articles were must-reads for Macomb Patch readers during the month of September.
Here is a recap of the five posts that generated the most interest on Macomb Patch in September. Did you catch all five?
Macomb Township resident Timothy Hamler was killed when the jack holding up his car flipped, crushing him under the weight of the vehicle. Hamler was a former Marine who served in Desert Storm. He was the father of two.
On Sept. 25, Macomb County sheriff's deputies arrested a 42-year-old Detroit woman in the area of Homestead Drive and Card Road under Macomb Township's ordinance for prostitution, according to the sheriff's office. The woman was also cited for possession of narcotic paraphernalia, according to the sheriff's office.
On Sept. 17, Macomb County sheriff's deputies arrested three 18-year-old males from Macomb Township in the area of Black Oaks and Dutch Elm Drive for possession of marijuana and possession with intent to deliver, according to the sheriff's report. The three were found in a vehicle that was filled with individually wrapped packages of marijuana, according to the sheriff's report. Additional packages or marijuana were also found on the teens.
Two Detroit men face multiple felony charges for allegedly stealing around 100 gallons of gas from the Mobile gas station at Hall Road and Heydenreich in Macomb Township. The men were found attempting to commit fraud by interrupting the satellite feed for the station's credit card processing system.
A Macomb County Circuit Court judge has given the owners of The Tavern at Tina's to build a southbound bypass lane opposite the tavern's property on North Avenue and pay court costs accumulated by Macomb Township during the dispute by 5 p.m. Oct. 15 or face closure, according to court documents. The lane is currently under construction on North Avenue, south of 23 Mile Road.