Detroit’s East Side: Once again we follow videographer CharlieBo313 on a tour of Detroit’s worst east side hoods. While the downtown has a new coat of paint, many of Detroit’s neighborhoods, well, don’t.
DPD/DFD/DEMS @ John C Lodge & Lafayette. Attempt suicide. DEMS is on scene and has eyes on the subject, standing in the center lanes of the Lodge. DEMS is blocking traffic with their rig. MSP responding.— Motor City 911 (@DetroitScanner) January 5, 2019
Detroit EMS Assists MSP On Freeway
Another example of what our first responders are doing on the highways and byways of Detroit. You won’t read about it in the media and our first responders aren’t asking for any recognition, they just do it.
Detroit January 4 2019 – 10:00PM: Michigan State Police and Detroit EMS were notified of a person on the southbound lanes of the John C Lodge Freeway late Friday night. MSP dispatch was in telephonic contact with the subject, updating MSP Troopers on the incident.
Detroit EMS Medic 6 was dispatched to the scene with DEMS supervisor 1104. Arriving first on the scene, MSP’s Trooper 2 updated MSP dispatch with the location of the subject.
Detroit EMS supervisor 1104 spotted the man in the SB lanes of the M-10, just under the Lafayette Overpass.
DEMS Medic 6 began to slow traffic in the southbound lanes as MSP’s Air Unit Trooper 2 was overhead directing MSP Troopers to the scene.
MSP ground units soon arrived and with the help of DEMS Medic 6 were able to stop traffic and make contact with the subject. He was soon detained and conveyed by DEMS Medic 6 to Detroit Receiving Hospital’s Crisis Unit.
Detroit PD 3rd Precinct units arrived but were advised by MSP’s Trooper 2 the subject had been detained.
Below is video from MSP’s Trooper 2. Dispatch audio is from Detroit EMS, Michigan State Police and the DPD.
Dispatch Audio – MSP/DEMS/DPD
Michigan State Police Trooper 2 Video
New Year’s Eve On Detroit’s East Side
Multiple…and I mean MULTIPLE bells being wrung in Detroit…sorry, I mean shots being fired. Too many that DPD is just chasing ghosts…Supervisors bringing their officers in to the station….just getting stupid.— Motor City 911 (@DetroitScanner) January 1, 2019
Detroit – New Year’s Eve 2019: Detroit’s east side explodes in gunfire. Follow videographer CharlieBo313 as he drives the street’s of Detroit in the early morning hours of January 1 2019.
Detroit residents have a tradition of firing of weapons into the air on New Year’s Eve. Gunfire started early and officer’s of the Detroit Police Department chased shots fired calls all evening, running from one call to the next.
City leaders have asked that ‘bells be wrung’ instead of firing bullets into the air, pretty sure that message was lost in translation somewhere along the line. In anticipation of the gunfire, Detroit emergency services announced that all DPD scout cars, fire apparatus and EMS rigs were to find shelter if not engaged on a working run. Below is that announcement from Detroit Fire’s EMS, posted last night on our twitter account.
Detroit EMS General Announcement
DFD/DEMS General Announcement: pic.twitter.com/QRDZctEmSn— Motor City 911 (@DetroitScanner) January 1, 2019
And so it goes…
Detroit’s Worst West Side Hood
Another excellent video from CharlieBo313, documenting life in Detroit and beyond. This time Charlie takes you to the west side of Detroit and interviews two very solid young men.
You want the REAL Detroit, slide on over to CharlieBo313’s YouTube channel and follow, most excellent videographer.
And so it goes…
The following video is brought to you by YouTuber @CharlieBo313.
Charlie takes you on a video tour of Detroit’s east side near 8 Mile Road.