The Bloomfield Hills Schools' Board of Education on Thursday, May 23, appointed Christina (Tina) Kostiuk interim superintendent of the district, beginning July 1, following the resignation of superintendent Dr. Rob Glass in late April.
“The board of education has complete confidence in Mrs. Kostiuk’s capable leadership of the district during this transition period,” said Paul Kolin, president of the board of education.
Kostiuk joined Bloomfield Hills Schools in 2011 as th
A side-by-side ATV was stolen on Thursday, May 23, during a brazen overnight theft from Motor City Power Sports, 1645 S. Telegraph Road, police said.
Bloomfield Township police responded to the dealership for the theft of an ATV which a manager said was stolen overnight. Police said someone cut a hole in the rear fence of the lot and stole a Polaris XP 4 Turbo ATV.
The vehicle is valued at $21,000.
The case is under investigation.
Police ask anyone with information to
Birmingham police are investigating the theft of clothing from a downtown Birmingham lingerie store that occurred on Thursday, May 23.
Officers responding about 11 a.m. to the report of a theft at Harp's Lingerie, 300 S. Old Woodward, spoke to employees who said a woman came into the store and stuffed a red nightgown into her large purse. The woman then ran out of the store without paying.
The woman was described as a white female, between 60 to 75 years old, with blond c
An apparent attempt to break into a parked vehicle during the early morning hours on Saturday, May 25, in the 600 block of Chapin in Birmingham left a vehicle damaged, police said.
Birmingham police responded about 2 a.m. to the area for the report of an attempted theft. Officers said the vehicle had four marks from tools around one of the windows, as well as strike marks on the center of the window.
Nothing was stolen from the vehicle and it was still locked.
Bloomfield Township police are encouraging residents to take advantage of alternative delivery methods for packages following the theft of two different deliveries on Monday, May 20.
Police responded to two theft reports, including one in the 7000 block of Cathedral and one in the 5000 block of E. Miller Way. In each case, UPS and Amazon informed the residents their packages had been delivered. However, the items were missing from the front porch of the homes when the resid
A Grosse Pointe Farms man was arraigned on Wednesday, May 22, for larceny by false pretenses in connection with the sale of antique auto parts that a Bloomfield Township man said he never received.
Bloomfield Township police said the case started in January when officers responded to the 4000 block of Squirrel Road for a fraud complaint. The resident told police he was purchasing about $2,800 in antique auto parts from the suspect, who was identified as Jeremy Bartley Birmi