Charges filed against 2 police officers after state reviews
September 15, 2020
LANSING, Mich. — Two Michigan police officers have been charged with misconduct in separate incidents involving allegations of excessive force and an illegal search. Former Saginaw Officer Adam Collier is accused of striking a handcuffed woman with his fist while she was handcuffed for an alleged assault in July. She had resisted and spat at the officer. In Jackson County, Blackman-Leoni Township Officer David Lubahn is accused of searching a gun safe without a warrant last October and then presenting false information to get a warrant. In another case, no charges will be pursued against a Washtenaw County deputy who punched a woman who was biting him as he was investigating a shooting in Ypsilanti.