Hand Grenades Left at Macomb County Salvation Army Store; Brighton Bar Owner Closes Plymouth Bar After Liquor Violations
There was plenty of news around Brighton this week.
Here is a list of the top five most interesting stories from around Brighton this week.
1. A Deputy shot and killed an Independence Township man armed with a knife, according to the Oakland Press.
2. The Rock Bar & Grill closed in downtown Plymouth after owner Kevin Montagano agreed to terms with the City of Plymouth to close the restaurant and seek new ownership in lieu of the city recommending revocation of its liquor license to the state's Liquor Control Commission after numerous liquor-related violations, Plymouth-Canton Patch reported. Montagano also owns The Pound! Bar & Grill in Brighton.
3. Police, fire and the Michigan State Police Bomb Squad responded to the Shelby Township Salvation Army store when a worker found three hand grenades in a donation box that was left over the weekend, Shelby-Utica Patch reported. The explosives were identified as Japanese Mortar and hand grenades from World War I and World War II and disposed of properly
4. A Fenton man's 31-foot-long, 21,500-pound Polaris missile will be featured on an A&E broadcast of Shipping Wars on Wednesday, Jan. 16, according to the Flint Journal.
5. The Hartland Township Board of Trustees discovered the culprit in an illegal dumping incident and put the offender to work cleaning the site instead of ticketing the person, Hartland Patch reported.