3 get life in slaying of Michigan guard over COVID face mask order dispute
A married couple and their son convicted of first-degree premeditated murder in the fatal shooting of a security guard who demanded the woman’s daughter wear a mask while shopping have been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
More haunting details reveal how ‘serial monster,’ his ‘generals’ ran Michigan sex trafficking ring
Two “generals” working under a Michigan man who filed his teeth down to points to intimidate his human trafficking victims have been taken into custody, and 20 new charges were issued against the leader after more haunting details came to light.
Michigan gun store owner accused of illegally making assault rifles, converting Glocks into rifles
Former and current employees of a Michigan gun store owner spoke with federal officials and exposed him for illegally manufacturing assault rifles and converting Glock pistols into rifles, authorities said.
Flint-Beecher tornado: The 69th anniversary of Michigan’s deadliest tornado
On Monday, June 8, 1953, disaster struck the north side of Flint and the northern suburb of Beecher. The National Weather Service reported that the Flint-Beecher tornado was Michigan’s worst natural disaster in terms of deaths and injuries.
Phone recordings reveal gunmen were hired by man, sent to Flint to kill ‘brother’s murderer,’ feds say
Officials released a series of recorded phone calls that break down a murder-for-hire plot in which a man recruited two gunmen to travel to Flint and kill someone he believed to be responsible for murdering his “little brother,” according to authorities.
6 charged in complex decade-long scheme to solicit business from Michigan crash victims
A group of people and businesses in West Bloomfield, Dearborn, Detroit, Clinton Township and several others cities across Metro Detroit have been linked to a complex fraud scheme aimed at soliciting millions of dollars’ worth of business from Michigan crash victims over the past decade.