Human remains found in Michigan home identified by police
TRENTON, MI -- Police have identified human remains that were found in a Trenton home in 2020, ClickonDetroit reported. The human remains were found July 6, 2020, in a fire pit outside a home in the 5500 block of Wilson St. Police used the DNA from a family member to identify the remains, but have not yet released the identity to the public. The home is the former residence of a man who was killed in a shootout with police in Tennessee in July 2020. The man, a resident of Wyandotte, was later identified as the only known suspect connected to the case, ClickonDetroit reported. Also on MLive:Human remains found in West Michigan woods, police investigating as crime sceneBay City man, 72, dies after Jeep crashes over Independence Bridge guardrailJackson County deputy who shot person acted in self-defense, officials saymlive.com
Rabbi who escaped Texas synagogue attack is from Michigan
The rabbi who escaped an attack on a Texas synagogue last weekend grew up in Michigan, ClickOnDetroit reported. Charlie Cytron-Walker was a Lansing native, graduate of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and worked at Focus: Hope in Detroit, the report said.mlive.com
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