- Associated Press - Monday, August 18, 2014

DETROIT (AP) - Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy is no stranger to dealing with Detroit crime, but she’s getting a little tired of experiencing it firsthand.

Worthy told Blaine Fowler and Allyson Martinek, hosts of 96.3 FM WDVD’s morning show, that she can’t listen to them in her car because her car radio was stolen for a third time.

She said she doesn’t want to get a new radio and risk having it taken again.

“So now I say I’m not going to get a new one, although I should soon because it’s getting kind of boring in my car,” she said. “I say, they can come up to my car, look (and say) ‘Oh, we already got this one, let’s move on to the next car.’ “

Worthy’s spokeswoman says she doesn’t know when the most recent theft happened, MLive reports (https://bit.ly/1tfWBv3 ). Worthy lives in Detroit.

Fowler reminded Worthy, an 11-year prosecutor who helped send former mayor Kwame Kilpatrick to prison, that she can listen to the station online or via a mobile app.


Information from: The Grand Rapids Press:MLive.com, https://www.mlive.com

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