Former Eastpointe detective charged with exchanging police forfeiture items for drugs, moneyAssociated Press
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EASTPOINTE, Mich. — A former detective is charged in the theft and exchanging of tires, slot machines, watches and other items from an Eastpointe police forfeiture shed for drugs and money.