Jury foreman Bill Mahney and juror No. 16 Regis Johnson said the jury was attentive, emotional and worked through the three months of evidence presented to them.
Police sources call this a dangerous breech in training.
The case began Jan. 24, 2012 when Bob Bashara reported his wife Jane missing about 11 p.m. that Tuesday.
While celebrating their arrest, the officers continue to curse at the man. The larger officer kneeled on the man's back as he was face-down in the snow.
A broken water main in Grosse Pointe Shores that prevented some residents from using hot water Christmas morning has been repaired.
Grosse Pointe Woods police was in active pursuit of a large coyote at large in the city. The coyote has since been recovered.
Judge Vonda Evans said Friday she does not expect the jury to reach a verdict in the murder trial against Bob Bashara until "maybe" Wednesday.
The prosecution said the life he created revolved around "Master Bob."
The goal for both sides is to make sure the key pieces of testimony are highlighted.
Police are investigating after two armed men tried to rob two people in the street Saturday in Grosse Pointe Park. The incident is very similar to two robberies last Sunday.
Two armed men targeted someone in a Grosse Pointe Park neighborhood on Sunday at Lakepointe and St. Paul.
Authorities say that nobody was injured in a fire in Grosse Pointe Farms.
Police are searching for a 14-year-old girl who was last seen around 2 a.m. Monday.
A Novi apartment complex was destroyed after a massive fire broke out Saturday night.
A 24-year-old Eastpointe woman is expected to be charged in connection to the death and abandonment of a newborn baby who was found at a Roseville recycling center.