Suspect linked to Wayne State student's murder bound over

Tiane Brown's body found near site of old Packard Plant

ROMULUS, Mich. - Michael Booker, 41, of Detroit was bound over to Circuit Court Tuesday during his preliminary exam in 34th District Court in Romulus. A second suspect in the case, 34-year-old Robert Windsor, is expected in court on Nov. 14th.

---Michael Booker

Wayne State University law student Tiane Brown, 34 of Waterford, had been reported missing by her parents when she failed to pick up her children on Monday.  On Wednesday, October 30, 2013, Tiane Brown's body was discovered at the Packard Plant on East Grand Boulevard and Frontenac at approximately 11:30 a.m.

It is alleged that Michael Booker committed the following crimes: Tampering with Evidence, Larceny from a Motor Vehicle, Receiving and Concealing Stolen Property, Breaking and Entering a Motor Vehicle under $ 1,000 and two counts of Assault and Battery (93 day misdemeanor).

It is alleged that Windsor committed Receiving and Concealing Stolen Property under $1000.

No further details will be released because the police investigation is continuing in this matter.

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