Member of Wolverine Watchmen faces felony weapons charge
LANSING, Mich. – A known member of the Wolverine Watchmen and Clarkston resident was arraigned on two felony weapons charges Monday, announced Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel. Maxwell Wyckoff, 22, was arraigned Monday in the 52nd District Court, Division 3, in Oakland County before Magistrate Marie Soma. “My office will not hesitate to pursue and prosecute any individual who would go to such lengths.”As a member of the Wolverine Watchmen, Wyckoff attended multiple field training exercises at a location in Munith, Michigan. The FBI and the Michigan State Police conducted an extensive investigation into the Wolverine Watchmen and their activities. As a result of this investigation and the information obtained, search warrants were authorized on the residences of multiple members of the Wolverine Watchmen, including Wyckoff.
Flint water crisis: Former Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder arraigned on misdemeanor charges
Former Michigan governor Rick Snyder was arraigned on misdemeanor charges Thursday in connection with the Flint water crisis. Snyder in the Flint water crisisLennon released a longer statement Thursday morning:“The two misdemeanor charges filed today against former Gov. It would be a travesty to waste additional taxpayer dollars pursuing these bogus misdemeanor charges. Today’s charges do nothing to bring justice to the people of Flint. Read: Ex-Michigan health chief charged with manslaughter in Flint water probeFlint water crisisFlint was in financial trouble in 2014 when a Snyder-appointed manager who was running the city carried out a money-saving decision to use the Flint River for water while a regional pipeline from Lake Huron was under construction.
Wayne resident arraigned in shooting death of 19-year-old
DETROIT – On Sunday, 19-year-old Wayne resident Robert Shoats was arraigned in connection with the shooting death of 18-year-old Kaleb Parish. Shoats was arraigned on charges of discharge in a building causing serious impairment and felony firearm. According to police, the shooting happened on Wednesday at around 6:02 p.m. in the 34000 block of Richard Street in Wayne. Parish died of his injuries from the shooting on Friday. These court hearings will be held at the 29th District Court in Wayne.