Interfaith Communities Mourn Wisconsin Shooting Victims, Blogger Fight in Front of Shelby Township Polls
There was plenty of news around Brighton this week.
Here is a list of the top five most interesting stories from the Brighton area this week.
1. Hidden Falls Gurdwara Sahib in Plymouth hosted a prayer service and candlelight vigil to increase outreach and understanding of a faith still foreign to many Americans after a white supremacist gunman killed six members of a Sikh community in Oak Creek, WI, before taking his own life, Plymouth-Canton Patch reported.
2. After several days of intensive searching, police have located what is believed to be the body of 55-year-old Troy man and father Patrick Joseph Mikes, who was last seen alive on July 26 in a corn field in Montrose Township, Troy Patch reported.
3. An altercation between a Township candidate, her husband, the wife of another candidate and a local blogger broke out Tuesday afternoon in front of precincts in Shelby Township and Patch captured video of the fight, on Shelby-Utica Patch.
4. A Farmington man is expected to face charges after police say he pretended to be drowning in a Commerce Township gravel pit where he was swimming with his girlfriend, reported Farmington Patch.
5. Deputies in Highland are looking for the person who set off a ketchup bomb, which is a firecracker set in a plastic cup filled with ketchup, that was set off in an unlocked 1986 Oldsmobile Cutlass sedan off of Duck Lake Road, White Lake-Highland Patch reported.