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Feds blast indicted Sen. Bert Johnson: He's 'desperate' and his defense is 'absurd'

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Battle Creek man charged with murder 15 months after girlfriend's death

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Wojo: For UM to be dominant, offense has to catch up

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Feds: Defendant in Macomb County scandal bribed politicians with fishing trip, cash

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Man who thought he was Jesus faces first-degree murder charges in slayings of aunt, uncle

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Teenager charged with killing his mother in Farmington Hills

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2-year investigation ends in raid, charges on northern Michigan theft ring

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Feds blast indicted Sen. Bert Johnson: He's 'desperate' and his defense is 'absurd'
Feds blast Sen. Bert Johnson for trying to get theft case tossed. They say he's 'desperate' and his claim that he can't be tried for theft is 'absurd'   Read More ...
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2 charged for fake cash, liquor theft in Bloomfield Twp.
Two people have been charged for allegedly stealing liquor and using fake cash in separate Bloomfield Township incidents. In one case, investigators interviewed Brian Sonnenberg on Tuesday after another agency arrested him on the township’s outstanding arrest warrant related to a Feb. 2 attempted theft at a CVS, police said in a statement. On that day, a manager at the Telegraph store confronted the Pontiac man about the clanking liquor bottles hidden in his coat, according to the release   Read More ...
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Wayne State probing attempted robbery on campus
Wayne State University officials are investigating an attempted robbery reported this week near campus. A 22-year-old woman told investigators she was walking with her father and his friend on West Canfield east of Cass Avenue at about 10:10 p.m. Wednesday when a man approached on foot and demanded money, the school said in an alert. The woman reported that the man “threw her to the ground and then punched her in the face to keep her on the ground, then he attempted to assault her father who pushed the suspect away,” the statement read   Read More ...
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Dearborn Police seek help with home invasion, robbery, larcenies
Dearborn — The Dearborn Police Department held a press conference Thursday to seek information related to several major crimes and to name a person of interest in connection with an armed robbery. There is a $1,000 reward for information on the following individuals leading to their arrests.To report information, call the Dearborn Police Department at (313) 943-3030 and refer to the case number or report anonymously to Help Eliminate Auto Theft at 1-800-242-HEAT or online at 1800242HEAT   Read More ...
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Shop owner fires warning shot, gets stolen beer back
Cocoa, Fla. — Police say a Florida gas station owner chased a man and fired a warning shot, forcing him to return some stolen beer. Orlando television station WESH reports it was the fourth time store owner Sowann Suy used his gun in defense of his store in the Atlantic coast community of Cocoa. Suy, who’s dubbed “Clint Eastwood” by friends, told the station he fired the shot Wednesday after the man took the beers and threatened to beat him up   Read More ...
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Bashara’s bid for new trial rejected by appeals court
Convicted murderer and former Grosse Pointe Park businessman Bob Bashara insists he did not get a fair trial because the media smeared him and his lawyers didn’t properly defend him. The Michigan Court of Appeals disagreed Thursday, denying his appeal. After a lengthy, often raucous trial, Bashara was convicted in 2014 orchestrating the Jan. 24, 2012, murder of his wife, Jane Bashara   Read More ...
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Schuette faces hurdles in Lyon’s manslaughter case
A high-stakes legal drama will unfold Thursday in a Flint courtroom as the state begins the unprecedented prosecution of its top health official for involuntary manslaughter, the most serious criminal accusation to emerge from the city’s tainted water crisis. The office of Attorney General Bill Schuette has charged Michigan Health and Human Services Director Nick Lyon with killing a Genesee Township man by deliberately failing to warn the public about an outbreak of the deadly Legionnairess’ disease, an alert that might have saved his life   Read More ...
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Detroit man charged with killing niece
A Detroit man has been formally charged in the shooting death of his 42-year-old niece, the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office announced Wednesday. Ira C. Ellis, 57, was charged with killing Katherine Grimes, also a Detroit resident around 10:35 a.m. Sept. 15 at a home in the 15800 block of Winthrop. Investigators say Ellis shot his niece multiple times with a handgun   Read More ...
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Man arrested for Farmington Hills bank robberies
The Farmington Hills Police Department, working with the FBI Oakland County Gang and Violent Crime Task Force, arrested Deshawn Lionel Browning of Detroit on Tuesday. Browning was charged with bank robbery, a felony, and faces up to life in prison. He was arraigned in 47th District Court on Wednesday by Judge James Brady, who set bond at $50,000 cash or surety and set a preliminary exam date at 1:30 p   Read More ...
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Polygamist pleads guilty in escape, fraud cases
Salt Lake City — A polygamous sect leader recaptured after a year on the run has pleaded guilty in an escape and food-stamp fraud cases. Lyle Jeffs pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court in Salt Lake City. He was charged in what prosecutors call a multimillion-dollar food-stamp fraud scheme as well as his escape from home confinement. Jeffs was awaiting trial in the food-stamp case when he slipped off his ankle monitor and escaped in June 2016   Read More ...
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Detroit: Towing company swiped cars in elaborate scheme
Detroit officials claim a local towing company is part of an “elaborate” stolen vehicle scam involving a Highland Park police officer and a former attorney for towing magnate Gasper Fiore. A 61-page counter-complaint filed in federal court by the city on Sept. 11 in U.S. District Court — a response to a July lawsuit by Detroit towing firm Nationwide Recovery Inc   Read More ...
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Detroit, cops sued over wrongful murder conviction
Davontae Sanford, the Detroit man who was wrongly imprisoned for nearly nine years for four slayings a decade ago sued the city of Detroit and a pair of police officers Monday for the handling of the murder case that sent him to prison. Sanford says a casual conversation with a Detroit detective turned him into a suspect in the quadruple homicide in 2007   Read More ...
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Battle Creek man charged with murder 15 months after girlfriend's death
A Battle Creek man is in custody Monday more than 15 months after investigators say he killed his girlfriend. Oliver Paige, 59, is scheduled to appear next week for his first court hearing after his arrest last week in the death of Liza Haney-Nelson on June 11, 2016. Haney-Nelson, 45, was found dead in her apartment at 43 Anderson Ct. about 9 p   Read More ...
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Shelby Twp. broker charged with stealing from clients
A Macomb County investment broker has been charged with stealing nearly a half-million dollars from his clients and spending the cash on private trading and his personal use, the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office announced Monday. Ernest Julius Romer III, 56, of Shelby Township was charged by Macomb County Prosecutor Eric Smith with two counts of embezzlement of $100,000 or more. Each offense carries a maximum of two years in prison   Read More ...
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Man in custody after assault at Mich. Renaissance Fest
Two people said they were assaulted on a walking trail connecting the parking lots to the Michigan Renaissance Festival, according to police. The Garden City father of one of the victims said that his daughter and his girlfriend were assaulted on the trail. One of the victims said the suspect has used profanities and when asked to stop, the suspect shoved the victim   Read More ...
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Wojo: For UM to be dominant, offense has to catch up
Buy Photo. Do what you do best, and hope the rest gets better. Michigan is playing to the strength of its defense, which is legitimately excellent. It’s playing around the flaws of its offense, which is legitimately concerning. The defense is good enough to win a lot of games, including a 29-13 takedown of Air Force Saturday. The Wolverines don’t give opposing quarterbacks much time to do anything, which, theoretically, is giving Wilton Speight and the offense time to find itself   Read More ...
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Gas station robbery suspect’s car runs out of fuel
Laporte, Ind. — Authorities say an Indiana man who robbed a gas station made off with food, drinks and cigarettes. What he didn’t steal was gas. The (Northwest Indiana) Times reports that a state trooper arrested 33-year-old Sean Harris on Wednesday after finding him stranded by the side of a two-lane highway with his vehicle out of fuel. Police say the South Bend-area man’s blood alcohol level was above the legal limit   Read More ...
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Two Walled Lake schools in shelter mode after nearby bank robbery
Walnut Creek Middle and Pleasant Lake Elementary Schools have all exterior doors locked and school activity continues as usual inside. The schools said the bank robbery took place at Maple and Haggerty Road and the suspect could be in the area. "We will stay in shelter-in-place for the remainder of the school day and will have law enforcement officials at both schools   Read More ...
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Man charged with ID theft, passing fake money in Ann Arbor
A California man has been charged in connection with a counterfeit and identity theft operation, Ann Arbor Police said. Shawn Michael Ingram, 30, of Simi Valley, California, has been charged with nine felonies, officials said Friday. He is being held in jail on a $100,000 bond. Authorities said Ingram passed numerous counterfeit $20 bills to businesses in the Ann Arbor area   Read More ...
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Thieves crash car into Detroit liquor store, steal ATM
Detroit Police are investigating a break-in at a southwest Detroit liquor store in which thieves crashed into the building and made off with an automatic bank teller machine. Detroit Police officers Jennifer Moreno said the theft happened at about 5 a.m. Friday at Shorties Deli & Tobacco in the 8000 block of McGraw Avenue. She said the thieves slammed a vehicle into the building to gain entry and then took an ATM that was inside   Read More ...
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Farmington Hills Police: Three suspects stole $4,000 worth of blue jeans
Farmington Hills police are searching for some savvy shoplifters who entered an upscale department store and managed to steal over $4,000 worth of blue jeans within a matter of minutes. The incident occurred Sept. 1 at the Saks Off 5th store at 31005 Orchard Lake Road. On Thursday, investigators released photographs of three people entering the store who may be connected to the heist   Read More ...
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Culture clash roiled family in Farmington Hills killing
Farmington Hills — Nada Huranieh’s death was initially seen as an accidental fall, but investigators soon determined the 35-year-old fitness trainer had been murdered — and that her 16-year-old son was the alleged culprit. Authorities remain tight-lipped about their investigation into Huranieh’s death, but court records shed some light on her family’s sometimes troubled existence behind the walls of their mansion off a quiet dirt road in southern Oakland County   Read More ...
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Ohio man gets prison for kidnap and rape of 6-year-old
Cleveland — A Cleveland-area man was sentenced Thursday to 35 years in prison for breaking into two homes last year and kidnapping and raping a young girl and trying to abduct another girl. Justin Christian, 30, pleaded guilty to charges including rape, kidnapping and burglary. He declined to say anything before a judge issued a sentence that carries no chance of parole   Read More ...
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Warren police seek help to find suspect in restaurant robbery
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook Email Warren police seek help to find suspect in restaurant robbery Thief steals $240 from eatery's cash register. Sent! Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.   Read More ...
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Knoxville police seek Detroit murder suspect 'known to carry more than one gun'
Police in Knoxville, Tennessee, are asking for Metro Detroiters' help locating a suspect in an August murder who hailed originally from Detroit. In a release sent late Wednesday night, Knoxville police identified Jaleen Genard Allen, 23, as the suspect in an Aug. 29 shooting that left a 28-year-old man named Michael Johnson dead. A first-degree murder warrant has been issued for Allen   Read More ...
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Feds: Defendant in Macomb County scandal bribed politicians with fishing trip, cash
The federal government dropped a legal bomb on three millionaire businessmen today, indicting ex-trash company CEO Charles "Chuck” Rizzo, his father and towing company magnate Gasper Fiore on a slew of bribery and fraud charges. Ann Zaniewski/Detroit Free Press. The federal government's corruption probe in Macomb County keeps ramping up, this time charging the owner of an engineering firm with bribing politicians with cash, a fishing trip and financial interest in a property deal   Read More ...
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Engineering boss charged with bribery in Macomb scandal
Detroit — A federal grand jury Wednesday indicted an engineering firm owner who was accused of bribing Washington Township public officials. Fazullah Khan, 56, of Troy is the 16th person indicted in a widespread public corruption scandal involving numerous Macomb County communities, trash hauler Rizzo Environmental Services, Detroit towing magnate Gasper Fiore and the Macomb County Public Works office. Khan is charged with bribing unnamed public officials in 2014 with $11,000 in cash, a free fishing trip and a secret financial interest in a property development deal, according to the U   Read More ...
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Man accused of killing mom in hospital to be arraigned
Lebanon, N.H. — A Rhode Island man accused of fatally shooting his mother in the intensive care unit of New Hampshire’s largest hospital was set to be arraigned Wednesday on murder charges. Travis Frink signed into the visitor center at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon on Tuesday afternoon and went to the intensive care unit, authorities said. Soon after, Lebanon police received an emergency call reporting shots had been fired there   Read More ...
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Engineer pleads guilty to bribery in Macomb County public corruption probe
The federal government dropped a legal bomb on three millionaire businessmen today, indicting ex-trash company CEO Charles "Chuck” Rizzo, his father and towing company magnate Gasper Fiore on a slew of bribery and fraud charges. Ann Zaniewski/Detroit Free Press. Six months after a local official blew the whistle on him, an engineering contractor pleaded guilty to bribery today, admitting he paid a Macomb County politician money in exchange for a favor   Read More ...
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Man shot after attempted robbery at bus stop
A 33-year-old man exited a bus on Detroit's east side early Tuesday morning, was approached by a man who tried to rob him, and shot when the robbery was unsuccessful, police said. The attempted robbery-turned-shooting took place about 12:15 a.m. in the area of McNichols and Runyon, which is west of Hoover. Detroit police spokesman Dontae Freeman says the victim had just exited a bus on McNichols and was headed toward Runyon, in an alley   Read More ...
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Man found incompetent for trial in college student's slaying
KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) — A 21-year-old man has been found incompetent to stand trial in the slaying of a Western Michigan University student during a robbery. MLive.com reports a Kalamazoo County judge on Monday agreed to accept the findings by the Michigan Center for Forensic Psychiatry for Jordan Waire. Waire was ordered to undergo treatment at the center to render him competent for trial   Read More ...
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Westland man faces murder charge in death of roommate
The Wayne County Prosecutor's Office has filed charges against a Westland man accused of killing his roommate over the weekend. Jovica Nikoloski, 22, is expected to be charged with first-degree murder sometime Monday in Westland's 18th District Court, according to a news release from the prosecutor's office. Prosecutors said they expected Nikoloski would be arraigned Tuesday morning. Nikoloski is accused of killing his roommate, 25-year-old Spase Grazhdani, during an altercation that took place Saturday   Read More ...
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Man found incompetent for trial in college student's slaying
KALAMAZOO, Mich. – A 21-year-old man has been found incompetent to stand trial in the slaying of a Western Michigan University student during a robbery. MLive.com reports a Kalamazoo County judge on Monday agreed to accept the findings by the Michigan Center for Forensic Psychiatry for Jordan Waire. Waire was ordered to undergo treatment at the center to render him competent for trial   Read More ...
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Man found incompetent for trial in college student's slaying
KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) — A 21-year-old man has been found incompetent to stand trial in the slaying of a Western Michigan University student during a robbery. MLive.com reports a Kalamazoo County judge on Monday agreed to accept the findings by the Michigan Center for Forensic Psychiatry for Jordan Waire. Waire was ordered to undergo treatment at the center to render him competent for trial   Read More ...
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Westland man, 22, charged with killing roommate
A 22-year-old Westland man was charged Monday in connection with the murder of his roommate, the Wayne County prosecutor said. Jovica Nikoloski was charged with the murder of 25-year-old Spase Grazhdani. According to the prosecutor’s office, Nikoloski attacked Grazhdani in their apartment in the 6500 block of Yale around 5 a.m. Saturday. Nikoloski allegedly stabbed his roommate multiple times. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene, where police arrested Nikoloski   Read More ...
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Suspect, 24, in Detroit police chase charged
Charges against a Detroit man for leading police on a high-speed chase last week have been authorized by the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office, officials said. Derronn Deshawn Sherard, 24, is facing charges of fleeing and eluding police, resisting arrest, heroin possession and marijuana possession, according to authorities. He is scheduled to be formally charged with the crimes in 36th District Court in Detroit Monday morning   Read More ...
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Woman, 41, found shot, stabbed to death on Detroit's west side
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Man cleared of rape in Grand Rapids awarded $817,000
GRAND RAPIDS — A Grand Rapids-area man who spent nearly 17 years in prison for a rape he didn't commit has been awarded $817,000. Quentin Carter's conviction was thrown out in 2015 at the request of the Kent County prosecutor after new evidence emerged. He had already served his prison sentence. Carter qualified for a state payment under a new Michigan law that compensates the wrongly convicted if there's new evidence   Read More ...
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Man caught stealing candy and $50 faces life in prison
A Pontiac man accused of stealing candy and approximately $50 in petty cash from an office building in Bloomfield Township faces up to life in prison because of Michigan’s “four strikes law.” Bonnie Williams, 51, was ordered Tuesday to stand trial in Oakland County Circuit Court on felony charges of breaking and entering and larceny from a building. He’s currently being held in jail on a $150,000 cash/surety bond   Read More ...
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Police: Woman's purse stolen at gunpoint at Chase Bank ATM
A 51-year-old woman had her purse stolen at gunpoint early Tuesday morning at a Chase Bank ATM on Detroit's west side, police said. The armed robbery took place at about 12:10 a.m. at the ATM at the Chase location on the 17300 block of West Warren, just east of the Southfield Freeway, said Dontae Freeman, social media manager for the Detroit Police Department   Read More ...
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