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Posted on: December 11, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Sterling Heights Public Statement Regarding Recent Homicides

From Sterling Heights Mayor Michael C. Taylor:

“Sterling Heights has experienced three homicides over the past few weeks, which is unusual for our very safe City. Sterling Heights Police has reported all three incidents are isolated and involve unique circumstances related to the victims. The City has experienced homicides in the past and, in all cases, the outcome has resulted in the perpetrators being captured and brought to justice. Residents can take comfort knowing the Sterling Heights Police Department is working around the clock to solve these homicides while continuing to do all that is possible to keep residents safe. The City Council and I have full faith and confidence in our Police Department. We will keep residents informed as more information is known.”

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