http://www.detnews.com/2003/metro/0306/19/a01-197508.htm A small army of well-armed police and a steady, soaking rain helped restore peace to a pocket of Michigan's poorest city scarred by two nights of rioting, the Detroit News reports. Well into the night, more than 250 police officers deployed across the city in a show of force officials hoped would quell disturbances touched off by the death of a motorcyclist during a police chase early Monday. Police lined the street . . .
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