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Prescription drug abuse and heroin use has the particular quality of changing the face of entire neighborhoods and cities. Crime has increased in areas where drug abuse has risen and an increase in overdose deaths are also attributed to this problem. Thankfully, a united response from the union leaders and their membership can make a powerful change. Crime Stoppers of Michigan, United Auto Workers, Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, Laborers' Local 499 and families across Monroe County welcome this initiative.

"For over 20 years now we have worked vigorously to make a difference in all seven counties that we serve," said John Broad, President of Crime Stoppers of Michigan. "I am excited that these unions have partnered with Crime Stoppers to assist in the prevention effort and people in the community are starting to understand what we do and how we do it and are working together to build safer communities. Monroe County Prosecutor William Paul Nichols indicated that this initiative was one of many steps that arose from the first  ever prescription drug abuse and heroin summit held at the Monroe County Community College on December 3, 2013.

Crime Stoppers of Michigan is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information that leads to an arrest regarding prescription drug abuse or heroin. Anyone who has information regarding the crime should call Crime Stoppers of Michigan at 1-800-SPEAK-UP or 1-800-773-2587. All calls and cash rewards are completely anonymous.

Ali Hourani wanted for homicide of his girlfriend Danielle Munoz

Victim: Danielle Munoz

Suspect: Ali Hourani

REDFORD TOWNSHIP  March 19, 2014  Ali Hourani is wanted for killing Danielle Munoz on March 12, 2007. She was found shot in the neck in the trunk of a classic car outside a Redford Township A & H Express Lube on Plymouth Road near Southwestern Highway.

Crime Stoppers of Michigan is offering a cash reward for information that leads to an arrest. If you have any information on Ali Houranis whereabouts, please submit a tip to Crime Stoppers in one of three ways:

Call: 1-800-SPEAK UP (1-800-773-2587)
Online: www.1800speakup.org
Text: CSM and your tip to CRIMES (274637)

You will NOT be at risk. Crime Stoppers is an anonymous program, therefore you will be totally safe. The reality is this - your identity is held from Crime Stoppers and the police. There will never be any need for you to testify in court - because no one will ever know who you are.

At Crime Stoppers, our main goal is to protect the anonymity of the people who are willing to help us, help the city and the community. It is important that people understand that are no Caller ID phones at Crime Stoppers. If you know anything, please call 1-800-SPEAK-UP, your call will go to a call center in Canada. Calls are not handled locally or in the United States. And calls are never recorded. Callers are neverasked for their name, their phone number - or any kind of identifying information.

 

Let it Rip: Why Detroit crime is down and how to lower it further

Detroit crime is down almost across the board in 2013. The statistics show violent crimes dropped 7 percent in the past year. Homicides are down from 386 to 333. Do these numbers show the new leadership in Detroit police is on the right track? Or is the reduction and sample size too small to say?

On the panel:

Maxine Jones, Detroit business owner and resident
John Bennett, Detroit Police Officer and resident
Salvatore Aiello, founder of "Don't be afraid of Detroit"
Charlie Langton, Fox 2 Legal Analyst

You can read more and see parts 1 & 2 of the interviews by clicking <here> Part 3 of the Panel interviews can bee seen by clicking <here>

 

Crime Stoppers offering reward in murder of Harper Woods restaurant owner
December 12, 2013 Harper Woods, MI.

On Friday, December 6, 2013, Altin Avdyli was found murdered in an alley behind his restaurant in the city of Harper Woods. The incident took place near the Royal Grill at 10 p.m. at 19840 Kelly Road at Old Homestead between Seven and Eight Mile Roads.

Altin’s vehicle was stolen during the incident. The vehicle is a gray, 2010 Chevy Camaro with black racing stripes. The license plate number is CFZ 9555.

Crime Stoppers of Michigan is offering a cash reward of up to $2,500 for information that leads to
an arrest. Anyone who has information regarding the crime should call Crime Stoppers of Michigan at 1-800-SPEAK-UP or 1-800-773-2587. All calls and cash rewards are completely anonymous.

“We cannot bring a murdered family member home.  But we can bring justice to a community and closure to the family. We can galvanize our community to create safe neighborhoods where children can play outside and walk to school without fear, where neighbors talk with each other instead of closing their doors and hiding inside -- and where a community, together, can rise up and speak up to put an end to violence. ”

You will NOT be at risk. Crime Stoppers is an anonymous program, therefore you will be totally safe. The reality is this  your identity is held from Crime Stoppers and the police.ᅠ There will never be any need for you to testify in court -- because no one will ever know who you are.ᅠ

At Crime Stoppers, our main goal is to protect the anonymity of the people who are willing to help us, help the city and the community. It is important that people understand that are no Caller ID phones at Crime Stoppers.ᅠ If you know anything, please call 1-800-SPEAK-UP, your call will go to a call center in Canada. Calls are not handled locally or in the United States. And calls are never recorded.ᅠ Callers are neverasked for their name, their phone number  or any kind of identifying information.ᅠ

Crime Stoppers offering reward in attempted robbery of ATM machine in Hamtramck

On Thursday, December 5, 2013, at 3:45 a.m., two unknown suspects drove a minivan into the Secretary of State building in the city of Hamtramck. The incident took place at 8717 Joseph Campau between Goodson and Berres Streets. The suspects were last seen fleeing on foot after an unsuccessful attempt at opening the machine.

Crime Stoppers of Michigan is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information that leads to an arrest. Anyone who has information regarding the crime should call Crime Stoppers of Michigan atᅠ800-SPEAK-UP or 1-800-773-2587. All calls and cash rewards are completely anonymous.

Surveillance Photos of Suspects

Crime Stoppers is asking others to join us in our mission.  If anyone has any information about any other homicide or felony crime that took place in Southeast Michigan, please submit an anonymous tip to Crime Stoppers in one of three ways.  Phone 1 800 SPEAK UP (1 800 773 2587), web tips www.1800SPEAKUP.org or text CSM and your tip information to 274637.

Crime Stoppers of Michigan is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information that leads to an arrest. Anyone who has information regarding the crime should call Crime Stoppers of Michiganᅠat 1-800-SPEAK-UP or 1-800-773-2587. All calls and cash rewards are completely anonymous.

You will NOT be at risk. If you contact Crime Stoppers, you will be absolutely safe because you will be completely and utterly anonymous. No one - not us, not the police - no one will know your identity. There will never be any need for you to testify in court - because no one will ever know who you are.

At Crime Stoppers, we are obsessive about anonymity. In fact, here is a short-list of the precautions we take. There are no Caller ID phones at Crime Stoppers. Phone calls to our 1-800-SPEAK-UP number go to a call center in Canada - they aren’t handled locally, they aren’t even handled in the US. Calls are never recorded. Callers are never asked for their name, their phone number - or any kind of identifying information.

Good samaritan shot while helping robbery victim
September 12, 2013, Detroit, MI.ᅠ On Monday, August 12, 2013 a robbery took place in Downtown Detroit in front of the GM headquarters. A 16 year-old was robbed around 12:40 a.m. on the southwest corner of Jefferson and Beaubien. A good samaritan Calvin Robinson learned about the incident after getting off work and pursued the suspect. In the pursuit, Mr. Robinson was shot in the head at St. Antoine and Atwater.
The Rib and Soul Festival was in progress at Hart Plaza at the same time. A group of eight black males, and one black female is recorded on surveillance video walking east on Jefferson crossing the entrance ramp for the Detroit Windsor Tunnel.

Three of the groups most noticeable members are:

  1. A black male wearing a red shirt, dark pants and red shoes. He was carrying what appeared to be a long blue light saber or glow stick that blinks.
  2. A black male wearing a white t-shirt, white hat and tan pants.
  3. A black male with no shirt and blue jeans.

There are believed to be many witnesses of the robbery and the shooting. Many members of the group were present during both incidents.

We ask that you join us in our mission.  Please contact Crime Stoppers anonymous tip hotline if you have any information about a crime.  Phone 1 800 SPEAK UP, web tips www.1800SPEAKUP.org, text CSM @274637.

You will NOT be at risk.ᅠᅠ If you contact Crime Stoppers, you will be absolutely safe -- because you will be completely and utterly anonymous.ᅠᅠ No one -- not us, not the police -- no one will know your identity.ᅠ There will never be any need for you to testify in court -- because no one will ever know who you are.ᅠ

AtCrime Stoppers, we are obsessive about anonymity.ᅠ In fact, here is a short-list of the precautions we take.ᅠ There are no Caller ID phones at Crime Stoppers.ᅠ Phone calls to our 1800 SPEAKUP number go to a call center in Canada -- they arent handled locally, they arent even handled in the US.ᅠ Calls are never recorded.ᅠ Callers are neverasked for their name, their phone number -- or any kind of identifying information.ᅠ We dont even know whether a caller is a male or a female.ᅠ And we do not want to know.

Crime Stoppers of Michigan is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information that leads to an arrest. Anyone who has information regarding the crime should call Crime Stoppers of Michigan at 1-800-SPEAK-UP or 1-800-773-2587. All calls and cash rewards are completely anonymous.

Surveillance Photo of Suspects

Suspects

Day of Peace

The City Wide Day of Peace and Healing is an official “No Violence Day” in the City of Detroit and its surrounding cities. The City of Detroit has adopted by way of proclamation each 22nd day of the month as an official “No Violence Day,” a day for Peace and Healing.

Please join us in celebrating and actively participating, every month&and every day. You can view a copy of the full declaration
by clicking 2012-Day-of-Peace.pdf.

 

Poster Stand Up Speak Up.  Thank you for participating in this program which is aimed at encouraging people to step forward and safely and anonymously report a crime through Crime Stoppers.  This program is aimed at reducing crime in your neighborhoods.  Help us achieve our goal of 150+ faith-based organizations speaking out together against crime!  Thank you. Download the Commitment Letter, fill it in and return it to us. You can also download a copy of the poster by clicking the image at left. You can also view our list of participating churches <Here>


Crime Stoppers of Michigan empowers people to make their neighborhoods, schools and businesses safer through anonymous reporting of crime. The Crime Stoppers anonymous tip line was created for citizens in Oakland, Macomb, Livingston, St. Clair, Monroe, Wayne and Washtenaw counties, who have witnessed or heard about a crime, but are too afraid to call the police out of fear of retaliation. As an incentive, anonymous tipsters can receive a cash reward up to $1,000 if there's an arrest based on their information. Last year, more than 4000 tips were called in, leading to over 400 arrests.

If you would like more information about Crime Stoppers of Michigan, you can download an informative brochure by clicking one of the following links. CSM brochure - English, or CSM bruchure - Spanish.

Please view a new and compelling video that was produced for Crime Stoppers of Michigan. Your support and tips are very important to our communities.



There are three ways to contact the Crime Stoppers tip line:

 
 
Crime Stoppers is a Non-Profit Organization and can only be as effective as our resources. We welcome your donations.
To donate please send a check to Crime Stoppers of Michigan and mail to: 10900 Harper Avenue, Detroit, MI 48213, or by credit card please call (313) 922-5000.