A Michigan State Police SUV was struck by a pickup truck on the first day that recreational marijuana could be purchased in the state.
According to our media partners at MLive, a Metro Detroit trooper was policing a traffic crash around 9 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 1, when a pickup truck spun almost 180 degrees and struck the driver’s side of the patrol SUV, according to a Twitter thread posted by MSP Metro Detroit.
It was later determined that the driver of the pickup was under the influence of marijuana.
Driving under the influence of Marijuana: On 12/01 at approximately 9 00AM a Metro North trooper was policing a traffic crash on northbound I-75 south of Davisburg in Springfield Township. pic.twitter.com/ZfWenvStKq— MSP Metro Detroit (@mspmetrodet) December 1, 2019