PONTIAC, MI – General Motors Corp. donates a mobile crime scene unit to the Michigan State Police to help in the development of a new Metro Crime Scene Response Team to cover the Detroit area. Workers at GM’s Pontiac Validation Center volunteered their time to build the vehicle, which is based on the G-van (GMC Savanna and Chevrolet Express) platform built at GM’s Wentzville, MO, plant. Commanding officers from the Michigan State Police approached GM shortly after the Sept. 11 terrorist ...

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