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Women told me that they search for the three thousand homes their priority right now is checking on any residences. I wear people haven't been seen by the neighbors. A couple of days the Farmington hills police department investigating an incident where a child was approached by suspicious adult on Monday afternoon. This happened in the area of liberty road and middle belt subdivision between grand river and nine mile a child reported they were approached by a person driving a white box utility van the man did not exit his vehicle, but ask the child if they were cold if they wanted him to call someone or if they wanted to enter his vehicle to get warm the child describing the driver and the vehicle as a white male heavyset wearing a black coat short hair. Anybody with information is asked to call Farmington hills police. The ex wife of the late bestselling crime novelist Elmore. Leonard is suing his trust. And former stepson saying they tried to cut her out of a sheriff more than a million dollars in. Proceeds surrounding the late authors archives. Leonard's net worth estimated to be in the millions. The Bloomfield hills couples eighteen year marriage ended in December of two thousand twelve with a divorce Leonard died the following August. He was eighty seven at issue, according to Christine Leonard's complained are one hundred and fifty boxes of manuscripts and other Elmore. Leonard materials would she says were sold to the university of South Carolina for over a million dollars. Her attorney says the sale took place without her knowledge, m dot says a portion of the first phase of the I seventy five project on in Oakland County will need to be re done because of a poor job. The first first time the segment opened to traffic in September of last year. It's a portion of pavement from south boulevard to Adams road. And there are ride quality issues with..