Trial date set for GC couple involved in police corruption case

There are 6 comments on the Observer & Eccentric story from Nov 11, 2012, titled Trial date set for GC couple involved in police corruption case. In it, Observer & Eccentric reports that:

Judge Bruce Morrow will hear from attorneys on Friday, Nov. 16 in the case involving Michael St.

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ray

United States

#1 Nov 12, 2012
They should put this guy and his cronies in with general population in prison. The wife should also. These police already have a high paycheck without stealing more.
Victor

Craig, CO

#2 Nov 14, 2012
There are a few corrupt police officers in the command division still working at the Redford Police Department. The Redford Township supervisor offered a enhanced pension to weed out the corrupt detectives some years back. David Kutek is a prime example of the riffraff in the Redford Twp police dept. any questions call Chief Eric J. Gilman.
Martinez

Austin, TX

#3 Nov 19, 2012
Thanks for the info Victor. This article is about Romulus, not Redford.

Why would the Redford supervisor offer enhanced pensions to corrupt detectives? This sounds like enhanced corruption.
Alice

Rock Springs, WY

#4 Dec 1, 2012
Martinez wrote:
Thanks for the info Victor. This article is about Romulus, not Redford.
Why would the Redford supervisor offer enhanced pensions to corrupt detectives? This sounds like enhanced corruption.
Possibily to get the troublemakers to retire early and reduce friction between the police department and the citizens of Redford Township.
AngryBlackMan

Canton, MI

#5 Dec 5, 2012
These piggles goin to get shishkabobbed in da joint
Happywhiteman

Mcallen, TX

#6 Dec 7, 2012
Martinez wrote:
Thanks for the info Victor. This article is about Romulus, not Redford.
Why would the Redford supervisor offer enhanced pensions to corrupt detectives? This sounds like enhanced corruption.
Because about 3 business owners were harassed and arrested in the last 10 years for not coughing up some dollars (donations). One recently retired and recently arrested Redford Township Detective with only a high school education lives on the waterfront on Cass Lake, where did he get the money to buy that property? Redford Township can not to afford to have any more businesses leave and lose more tax base.

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