DETROIT (AP) — Prosecutors allege the former police chief and five detectives in the Detroit suburb of Romulus used drug forfeiture money to pay for prostitutes, alcohol and marijuana.Former Chief Michael St. Andre, his wife, Sandra, and five detectives assigned to a special investigations unit were arraigned Tuesday on allegations that they were part of a criminal enterprise spanning about five years. More than $49,000 in cash seized by the special investigations unit is missing.Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy said documents and police reports were falsified to cover up the illegal use of funds. Worthy says numerous cash deposits were made into the St. Andre's personal bank accounts.Worthy's office was not aware Tuesday afternoon if the defendants had attorneys



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