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Adrian murder trial has national interest

The murder trial of a Tecumseh man accused of killing his wife, then making it look like a suicide, is getting national attention and could last up to three weeks. A jury was seated last week and attorneys for both sides have completed their opening… Read More
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Man charged for firing 7 rifle rounds at family members after argument, police say

WASHTENAW COUNTY., MI – Depending on who’s asked, James Schiel either fired seven shots above his family member’s heads, or seven shots into the air after a family dispute reached its boiling point. Schiel, 49, faces four felony counts of assau… Read More
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Who killed Egypt Covington? Family divided on suspicions of guilt

One of two suspects in the 2017 murder of Egypt Covington was arraigned on Sunday, Nov. 8, the Detroit Free Press reports. Timothy Eugene Moore, 34, of Toledo, Ohio was arraigned in 34th District Court in Romulus, Michigan State Police said in a twee… Read More
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Former Qdoba manager sentenced to probation for role in robbery

By John Counts ANN ARBOR, MI – An Ann Arbor woman who allowed her boyfriend to rob the Ann Arbor Qdoba where she worked as a manager was sentenced in the Washtenaw County Trial Court Monday, Sept. 11. Alexis Kott, 20, was sentenced to serve th… Read More
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Ex-University of Michigan student arrested in sex assaults after return to U.S.

By Darcie MoranANN ARBOR, MI – A former University of Michigan student in the ROTC program was arrested on sex assault charges Tuesday, Aug. 15 when he returned from Taiwan to the Detroit Metropolitan Airport. Jimmy H. Nguyen, 36, was ar… Read More
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Couple charged in robbery violate bond by being together

By John CountsANN ARBOR, MI — A man and woman accused of robbing an Ann Arbor Qdoba, along with a third suspect, pleaded guilty to violating conditions of their bonds when they appeared in the Washtenaw County Trial Court Monday, April 3.… Read More
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Driver who killed triathlete Karen McKeachie pleads to misdemeanor

By John CountsCHELSEA, MI – A 70-year-old driver accused of hitting and killing Ann Arbor triathlete Karen McKeachie pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor Monday, March 6. Terry Lee Lacroix said few words during his hearing before Judge Rich… Read More
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Suspended Ann Arbor teacher Steve Goffee won't face criminal charges

By Lauren SlagterANN ARBOR, MI – Tappan Middle School teacher Steve Goffee will not face any criminal charges after a six-month-long investigation by Ann Arbor police. Ann Arbor Public Schools placed Goffee on paid administrative leave on A… Read More
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Are Michigan roads any safer after 5 years of 'super drunk' law?

By John CountsFor five years, Michigan police have been writing tickets under the state’s “super drunk” driving law. But has it helped to keep Michigan roads safer? That’s hard to say. Alcohol-related crashes have gone do… Read More
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Jury deliberating in Ann Arbor teacher's 'killer margarita' sex assault trial

By Darcie MoranJurors were sent to deliberate about 12:30 p.m.Wednesday in the case against an Ann Arbor teacher accused of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman he met on Match.com in 2012. Kip Wilson, 47, of Ypsilanti is charged with third… Read More
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