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Macomb County Michigan had 156 fatal over-doses in one year of young people aged 16-25 from Heroin and, prescription narcotic pain pills that are flooding the streets and play-grounds, schools of Michigan!


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2 arrested for robbery after Clinton Township drug deal goes bad




By Gordon Wilczynski

Macomb Daily Staff Writer


Two men who police say tried to steal $3,300 from a Clinton Township couple in a drug deal gone bad have been arrested and charged with armed robbery, possession of heroin and possession of counterfeit money.


The suspects were arrested after they fought with the victims and tried to steal inheritance money one of the victims had received. They were arrested by Officers Matt Ramlow, Dave Wheeler and Sgt. Curt Randle and a sheriff’s deputy who were in the area and responded to a 911 call.


Rodriquez Cleodementes Whitsey, 34, of Juliana Street in Eastpointe and Albert James Winn Jr., 22, of Carrie Street in Detroit, were charged Friday morning in 41-B District Court with armed robbery, possession of heroin and possession of counterfeit money.


Clinton Township Detective Capt. Richard Maierle said police received a call at 9:36 a.m. on Wednesday about an armed robbery in process in the area of 18 Mile and Hayes roads. The victims told police they were robbed by two black men who were in a silver Lincoln Continental.


Police stopped the car and arrested the subjects. They recovered the money and a handgun.


Maierle said police questioned the victims who live in the Indian Run Subdivision. They told police they ordered some heroin from Whitsey and Winn and the victims were going to pay for it with a $3,300 inheritance check.


The suspects took the woman and her friend to a local bank which cashed the check. On the way back home the woman told police Whitsey and Winn tried to rob her at gunpoint.


“A scuffle ensued on Cimarron Street and Dunboyne Circle while the man and woman were in the suspects’ car,” Maierle said. “They managed to escape without getting hurt and called police and we were fortunate to have several scout cars in the area.”


Maierle said the suspects saw they were outmanned when stopped on Hayes and Clinton river Road and surrendered without incident.

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