Charge dismissed against man in Wayne State law student's murder

Tiane Brown found murdered Oct. 30 in Detroit; 2 men charged in connection

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DETROIT - A misdemeanor charged has been dropped against one defendant in the murder of Wayne State University law student Tiane Brown.

Robert Windsor is one of two men who had been charged in connection to the 34-year-old Waterford Township mother. He faced a charge of receiving and concealing stolen property less than $1,000 but it has been dismissed in the 36th District Court because the alleged crime happened in Highland Park, not Detroit.

The warrant will be reissued in 31st District Court in Highland Park.

The other man, Michael Booker, is charged with tampering with evidence, larceny from a motor vehicle, receiving and concealing stolen property, breaking and entering a motor vehicle less than $1,000 and two counts of assault and battery.

Brown was found dead Oct. 30 at the old Packard Plant site in Detroit, a day after her parents reported her missing because she did not pick up her children.

Police continue to investigate this murder. So far, no one has been charged with killing Brown.

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