When officials raided a house in Detroit, they stumbled on quite a haul.
Wayne County Sheriff's deputies and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agents raided the home of a described "career criminal" at 7 a.m. Friday. Beyond your standard cash and drugs, they found an odd assortment of suspected stolen goods at the seven-time convicted felon's home, including animals, tools and shoes.
"This person was a one-stop felony shop," said Sheriff Benny Napoleon. "Imagine the terror he inflicted on all the hard working people in that neighborhood.”