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.
Women robbed and assaulted by gunman wearing clown mask overnight inside Detroit home
DETROIT – The man wanted by police who assaulted and robbed two women overnight concealed his face behind a clown mask. According to police, the incident happened at 1:19 a.m. in the 5400 block of Seneca in Detroit today. The second victim, a 66-year-old woman, was shot and had her wallet stolen. Then he shot the second victim and fled the scene with her wallet. Police describe the shooter as Black, in his 30s, and was wearing a black hooded sweater with the clown mask.