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Tiffany Esshaki

C&G Staff Reporter – Birmingham Bloomfield Eagle

Staff Writer Tiffany Esshaki covers Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills and Bloomfield Township as well as Oakland County Parks and Recreation and Oakland County Animal Control and Pet Adoption Center. Esshaki has worked for C & G Newspapers since 2011 and attended the University of Michigan-Dearborn and Oakland Community College. She’s the recipient of several awards from the Michigan Press Association and the Detroit chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.

Published December 22, 2011

Sarah Donovan is in the Christmas spirit. She decorated the outside of her home for the holiday. She even put a 3-foot-tall plastic Santa Claus on her front porch. Unfortunately, the Grinch has been trolling the neighborhood.

“I got home from a Christmas party around 10 p.m. and I went to the neighbor’s house to check on their dog. Santa was there when I left, and when I came back he was gone,” said Donovan.

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Published December 20, 2011

The Flagstar Bank at 35238 Woodward Ave. was robbed the morning of Dec. 20, according to Birmingham police.

The suspect entered the bank at about 9:35 a.m. without a visible weapon.

The suspect, who fled the scene on foot, is described as a white man, 5 feet 7 inches tall, 160 pounds, and wearing a dark-colored jacket, blue jeans and a brown baseball cap. Police believe he may be connected with other bank robberies in Birmingham, Ferndale and Clinton Township.

Birmingham police are working with the FBI on the investigation.

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