Tuesday, October 21, 2014

On 08/28/14 at approx. 3pm, cash and other items were taken from a 72 year old man in the 700 blk. Addison. 2 suspects have now been arrested, charged and arraigned for this incident for the following charges. Robert Williams II (26) for Unarmed Robbery and Sarai Young (26) for Accessory After the Fact to a Felony.


Michael Albro (20) has been arrested, charged and arraigned for Felony Murder 1st Degree, Armed Robbery, Felon in Possession of a Firearm, Carrying a Concealed Weapon and Felony Firearm for the murder of Shannon Cook on 10/12/14 in the 2400 blk. S. Saginaw.


Friday, October 17, 2014

On 09/24/14 at approx. 10pm a man drove himself to the hospital after being shot in the face in an apparent robbery attempt. It was later determined that the shooting occurred near Corunna and Ballenger. The victim survived his injuries. The person depicted in this photo is a person of interest in the case. If you have any information or know the identity of this person please call (810) 237-6801 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK UP.


Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Nigere Fant (18) and Robert Carter (20) have both been arrested, charged and arraigned for 2 counts of Armed Robbery, Carrying a Concealed Weapon and Felony Firearm.  Carter also has an additional charge of Felon in Possession of a Firearm.  These charges stem from an incident on 7/01/14 near Adams and Paterson in which 2 males were robbed at gunpoint.


Monday, October 13, 2014

Christopher Parker-Glover (19), the second suspect in the murder of Brent Simpson on 08/27/14 near Dartmouth and Alexander, has now been charged and arraigned for 1st Degree Murder, Felon in Possession of a Firearm and Felony Firearm. Cameron Washington-Glover (17) has also been charged in this case. 

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

The City of Flint Police Department is welcoming its newest member. Edo the police canine has joined the Flint Police Department. Edo is a 4 year old male German Shepard imported from Poland and donated to the Flint Police Department by the Little Traverse Bay Band Tribal Police Department, located near Petoskey, Michigan. Officer John Boismier of the Flint Police Department will be Edo’s handler; together they will make up Flint’s K9 unit.

Edo is currently certified through the National Association of Professional Canine Handlers (NAPCH) in human tracking, handler protection, area & article searching, suspect location and obedience and will be a valuable asset to the FPD. Officer Boismier and Edo will join the cooperative efforts of other Genesee County K9 teams, including Michigan State Police, to meet the effective K9 deployment needs for the Flint, Genesee County and broader Southeastern Michigan Law Enforcement Region. Edo’s food and medical care will be provided by Michigan State University Veterinary Services.

After working shifts together with handler Officer John Boismier, Edo will stay with the Boismier family to strengthen the bond between officer and dog. “The two are developing a trusting relationship with one another in order to work effectively in the field together, just like any police partners,” said Flint Police Chief James Tolbert. Officer Boismier and Edo began duty this week on October 6, 2014.





Early this morning Flint Police Officers responded to the area of Court/Hubbard for a report of banging noises coming from inside of a vacant house. Upon arrival, the officers could hear the noises and observed that a door to the residence had been forcibly entered. While approaching the house officers heard a scurrying noise towards the attic. A nearby resident loaned the officers a ladder which assisted in locating a suspect that was hiding in the attic underneath insulation. Copper piping had been removed from within the walls of the residence. The suspect was arrested and charges are pending review by the Genesee County Prosecutor's Office.