Michigan boy to be taken off life support as mother fights to keep him alive
A local mother who is fighting to keep her son alive said life support will be removed Friday.
Bobby Reyes, 14, of Ash Township, was hospitalized at Mott Children's Hospital in Ann Arbor after a severe asthma attack in September. His mother, Sarah Jones, successfully fought to stop the hospital from taking her son off life support when doctors declared him brain-dead.
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Two teenagers charged with murder in connection with a homicide case and two armed robbery cases in Dearborn appeared in court Thursday.
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