Mother of D’Wan Sims dies without answers in son’s 1994 disappearance
LIVONIA, Mich. – Local 4 has been following the disappearance of D’Wan Sims for nearly 26 years. After years of tips, clues and dead ends, his mother, Dwanna Wiggins moved to North Carolina, where she passed away Monday. “He was never in any of those videos.”Since then, Wiggins moved to North Carolina and denied she had any involvement with her son’s disappearance. About a year ago, a man claimed on social media that he was D’wan Sims. Police said D’wan Sims deserves justice and they’re asking anyone with new information about this case to contact the Livonia Police Department at 734-466-2470.
Police return to Canton cemetery to collect DNA samples, working to identify homicide victims
CANTON, Mich. Police returned to a cemetery on Tuesday where theyve already dug up several bodies in hopes of solving past homicides. Its phase three of Operation United. Sky 4 was over the scene in Canton on Tuesday at the Knollwood Memorial Park as police oversaw the digging up of unidentified remains in an effort to identify victims of homicide. READ: Operation United aims to ID bodies connected to cold casesThe operation started in the spring of 2019. READ: Police dig up bodies at Plymouth cemetery in attempt to identify Detroit homicide victims
Case of twin babies found dead in Shelby Township in 1967 back under investigation
SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. Theres a renewed push to solve a half-century old cold case. The bodies of a baby boy and girl were found on the side of a Shelby Township road in 1967. The twin babies were found along side of Ryan Road, near Hamlin. It is Shelby Township Police Department Det. If you know anything, contact the Shelby Township Police Department.
Newborn Baby Left to Die in Dumpster Reunites With Dad: 'I'm Going to Name Her Sara'
A newborn baby who was left in a Boca Raton, Florida, dumpster has been reunited with her birth father. "God makes us strong, and were very happy, Martins told WPBF in Spanish Im going to name her Sara." The baby was later found after her cries drew the attention of two nearby maintenance workers, the Sun Sentinel reported. Sousa was ultimately identified as the mother thanks to a receipt she left in the trash bag among the garbage, according to the Palm Beach Post. How can a mother do this? Sousa allegedly told a neighbor as authorities searched the apartment complex where she lived and near where the baby was found.