Michigan State Police(SAGINAW TOWNSHIP, Mich.) — A manhunt is underway in Michigan after a police officer was shot and injured at a traffic stop Tuesday, state police said.Authorities are trying to locate Joshua Michael Rosebush, 29, considered armed and dangerous, in connection with the shooting of a Saginaw Township officer, Michigan State Police officials said. Saginaw Township is located about 45 miles north of Flint.The officer was shot in the face, but managed to race back to his car to radio for help, according to ABC News Flint affiliate WJRT.The officer’s identity and condition have not been released.“Our thoughts go out to the Saginaw Township officer wounded overnight,” the Michigan State Police office in Detroit tweeted. “We are praying for a complete recovery. Hopefully, this suspect will be caught without incident or injury to anyone else.”Anyone with information is urged to call 855-MICHTIP.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
“As a result of an investigation of more than six years, the national police captured two of those responsible for sending cocaine to North America using self-propelled, semi-submersible vessels, with (shipments) averaging 20 tons of drugs annually,” the police said in a statement. Colombian authorities have captured two leaders of a 20-ton-per-year cocaine operation that sent drug-laden submarines to the United States, local police said on 3 August. By Dialogo August 04, 2011 Colombia, where drug traffickers take advantage of dense jungles and forests and a weak state presence in some areas, has received millions of dollars in aid from Washington to fight cocaine output, leftist rebels and cartels. Colombia’s new criminal gangs – made up of a kaleidoscope of former paramilitary commanders, ex-cartel members and others – ship tons of cocaine monthly through Central America and Mexico to the United States and to a lesser extent to Europe.