The Wayne County Medical Examiner's Office says the cause of death for a Brownstown Township woman who had been missing for several years ...
The sister of the woman who had been missing for six years commented about Thursday's finding.
Brian Schmitt stumbled upon evidence that would crack one of the biggest local mysteries ...
A hunter walking in the woods first discovered the skull of missing Lizzie Mae Collier Sweet, who went went missing 6 years ago in Brownstown Township.
Six years after 49-year-old Lizzie Mae Collier Sweet went missing her body has...
The skeletal remains of Lizzie Man Sweet were found in a Brownstown river on Thursday
With just days away until the three-year anniversary of the mysterious disappearance of Lizzie Mae Collier-Sweet, police said they're following up on a new lead.
Police say a phone conversation and a mysterious letter from behind prison walls offers a new lead on a case that is three years old.
Inmate Claims To Have Lizzie Mae Info
A woman whose father killed her mother and is a suspect in the disappearance of another woman has spoken out about their relationship.
A Brownstown Township man with a long criminal record was sentenced to 15-30 years in federal prison Tuesday for the death of his first wife.
Roger Sweet, accused in the slaying of his wife, appears in court Wednesday.
On Wednesday, a hearing was held to determine if a man should stand trail in the death of his first wife in 1990.
Authorities concluded the search late Thursday afternoon and say they did not find any clues during the search.
When firefighters rushed to a family's burning home in January, police say Lizzie Mae Collier-Sweet was nowhere to be found.
A Brownstown Township man is charged Friday in the 16-year-old death of his first wife.
Police announced Roger Sweet is charged with the death of his first wife. Sweet's second wife has been missing since January.
A man could face charges in his wife's death, according to officials.
Monday, a vigil was held for the missing woman at Hartford Church on Detroit's west side.
The case of a woman who was reported missing after her home caught fire has investigators looking at her husband's history.
Brownstown Township police and investigators conducted two new searches around the area of a missing woman's burned-out home Wednesday.
Police are searching for a woman who has been missing since a house fire Monday in Brownstown Township and said foul play is suspected.
Police said they have discovered new details in the investigation of a woman who has been missing since her house burned Monday.
A case that started with an arson investigation and turned into a missing person case, may now turn into a murder investigation.
The husband of a woman reported missing since Jan. 8 was arraigned on unrelated criminal sexual conduct charges Friday, Brownstown Township police said.