Jim Kasuba, Daily Tribune

Jim Kasuba

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Southgate, MI, United States

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Past articles by Jim:

Area police agency warns of nude photos blackmail scam

Wyandotte police are issuing some friendly advice about sending nude photos over the internet. Do not do it. → Read More

Driver slams into trooper patrol vehicle at crash scene on I-94

A Michigan State Police trooper suffered minor injuries after a driver lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a patrol car. → Read More

Couple takes away gun from man having breakdown at Tim Hortons

Two friends enjoying a cup of coffee in Wyandotte are being hailed as heroes after defusing a situation that could have turned deadly. → Read More

Michigan woman arrested and charged in Atlanta riot

A Grosse Ile woman is among six people arrested after a riot in downtown Atlanta Saturday evening. → Read More

Man charged with making fake 911 calls to distract police from arresting his girlfriend

Making false 911 calls is something police frown upon for many reasons. It pulls officers away from real emergencies and police situations, wasting valuable time and resources. → Read More

Downriver firefighters rescue 21 puppies while putting out house fire

Almost two dozen puppies were rescued from the basement of a house that caught on fire in Allen Park. → Read More

How a cockroach infestation at one Michigan house spread throughout the neighborhood

The infestation got so out of control that the city placed barricades and signs for four hours on Halloween and discouraged trick-or-treating in the affected area. → Read More

Downriver police officer involved in crash that killed pedestrian

A pedestrian is dead after being struck by a Taylor police patrol vehicle at approximately 1 a.m. Monday. → Read More

Family remembers Amanda Kish, CMU freshman killed in car crash

Friends and family of Amanda Kish are in a state of disbelief after the death of the vivacious teen in a car crash over the weekend as she was heading home to Wyandotte from Central Michigan Univer… → Read More

Police: Disorderly woman from Macomb County causes ruckus at Downriver restaurant

An allegedly intoxicated woman who caused a disturbance at a Wyandotte restaurant, who later demanded police drive her home to Macomb, was arrested after failing to comply with police commands. → Read More

Allen Park grad to run in Boston Marathon as member of charity team

When Angela Hernandez runs in the Boston Marathon on Monday, she’ll be doing so with two people in mind. → Read More

Regional child care job fair takes aim at hiring hundreds of workers

A critical shortage of child care workers in southeast Michigan has sparked a need to actively recruit employees. → Read More

Southfield teenager suspected of selling illegal narcotics

A police officer’s hunch that a man was attempting to sell illegal narcotics in Wyandotte turned out to be accurate. → Read More

Former Detroit police detective from Southgate charged with bribery

FBI agents have arrested a former Detroit police detective in connection with an extensive bribery, extortion and fraud investigation. A federal criminal complaint was unsealed Dec. 17 charging Mic… → Read More

Downriver man reports possible fraud after spending $18,000 to get ‘mail order bride’

Trying to obtain an overseas bride can be risky business. → Read More

Police praise Wyandotte bar’s new system for verifying ID cards

Deputy Police Chief Archie Hamilton described it as triple checking IDs prior to serving alcohol. → Read More

Trainer uses attack dog to show letter carriers how to avoid getting bit

More than 5,800 postal employees were attacked by dogs in the United States in 2020. → Read More

Southgate woman pranked for over two months; food sent to her house on daily basis

A Southgate woman is the target of persistent pranksters who order food and have it delivered to her house. She said this has been an everyday occurrence for about two → Read More

DIA program to bring outdoor artwork to Wyandotte this year; community offers input

While art lovers are expressing their disappointment over the announcement that the Wyandotte Street Art Fair has been canceled for the second year in a row, there is still reason → Read More

Huge sturgeon pulled from Detroit River among largest ever caught; over 100 years old

A gigantic sturgeon, caught in the Detroit River near Grosse Ile, is being hailed as a once-in-a-lifetime catch. → Read More