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The other vehicle uh in custody possibly for drunk driving reporting live by campbell yup buoyed up like jay newsradio nine fifty while michigan state police are investigating an officerinvolved fatal shooting in inkster lieutenant mike shaw says the mr police officer was responding to a call about a deadly shooting on frederickson nearing stir road in michigan avenue when he encounter the suspects walking down the street do turned his patrol car round uh tried to make contact with that individuals who identify him uh the individual pulled a weapon and fired shots at that officer the officer engaged the the suspect each hitting him in killing him being inkster police officer was not injured michigan state police police continue their investigation as southern michigan medical examiner says authorities are trying to identify thirty seven different boxes of cream maine's discovered in a storage unit after the death of a funeral director calhoun county medical examiner dr joist is young says at the family of joy span sir spor discovered the cra maine's after her death on october 14th officials have started the process of trying to identify the ashes and returning them to families de young says she doesn't know yet why the remains were being kept in that storage unit iphone user seemed okay with apple knowing what they look like but what if the company started spreading at that data around cbs news correspondent jim chenevey when apple unveiled a facial recognition security software in its new iphone ten back in september privacy experts gave a thumbs up but many are now giving a thumbs down to the company's decision to allow thousands of app developers to gain access to the facial data the ideas to use the technology not just for security but to develop more entertainment features for the new iphone like video game characters that look like the user experts are concerned about whether facial data could be shared or abused and whether hackers could gain access jim.