Here are the top five most interesting stories from around Fenton this week.
1. The Howell Opera House exceeded it's fundraising goal thanks to a $100,000 donation, according to an article from the Press & Argus. The donation was made Thursday by the Ted and Jane Von Voigtlander Foundation, which primarily donates to causes in Livingston and Washtenaw counties
2. A woman trying on pants in a dressing room at the Rochester Hills told police she was that had been left in the pants' pockets, reported Rochester Patch.
"She said that the hospital told her that the syringe contained a small amount of a brown substance," the sheriff's report stated.
The sheriff's office lab has the syringe and is having the substance tested.
3. Howell residents were shocked and upset to find out new inhabitants of a home on their tree-lined street were prison parolees, including several who are sex offenders, reported the Daily Press & Argus.
4. Police officers at the caught a , reported Brighton Patch.
5. Students from Pinkney High School have helped organize an upcoming rally called Love Pinckney which will address several youth issues, including suicide, drug use and bullying, according to an article from the Press & Argus.