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Ebay Scam Nets $60,000 in Profits And Probation

  37-year old Travis Winters has spent the last 17 years working at the Standard Electric Company in Kochville Township. However, according to Saginaw County‘s Chief Assistant Prosecutor, about a third of those years were also spent scamming the company, which resulted in a small fortune for Winters.   Court documents show that Winters began […]

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Kalamazoo County Man Facing 10 Felony Charges

28-year-old Matthew Todd Steppenwolf of Plainwell is facing ten felony charges for a series of violent criminal acts he is accused of committing. However, if you ask Steppenwolf why he did what he is accused of, he will tell you that he was only doing God’s work. Steppenwolf’s charges include a wide variety of crimes. […]

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Michigan Senate’s New Prison and Parole Reform Package

  2017 is looking to be the year of parole and prison reform here in Michigan. Almost half of the 52 bills the Senate reviewed in their last session were to do with prison and parole reform. We wanted to share with you the issues that some of those bills are hoping to address in […]

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What You Need To Know About Meth in Michigan

  Methamphetamine, also known by numerous other pseudonyms such as meth, ice, crank, glass, geeter, trash, and christina, is a concentrated, crystallized form of illegally manufactured methamphetamine. It is a highly addictive and very dangerous drug. If you live in Michigan then there are some important facts that you need to know about meth.   […]

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Detroit Man Charged With LGBTQ Hate Crime

  26-year-old Jason Hogan, a resident of Detroit, is accused of committing a hate crime against an LGBTQ person, along with other firearms charges. The reason for the hate crime change in addition, is because Thornton is alleged to have shot a transgender woman in the face after engaging in a voluntary sexual act with […]

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What You Need To Know About The Police in Michigan 2

  Thanks for joining us again for this discussion on facts about Michigan police that everyone should know. In the previous article we talked about the fact that officers are very well trained, but that they make mistakes, and sometimes lie to defendants. Moving on, we are going to pick up where we left off […]

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What You Need To Know About The Police in Michigan 1

  There are over 570 law enforcement agencies in the state of Michigan, including the Michigan State Police, and numerous city, county and township agencies. For many people, their only interaction with the police will be in common, day-to-day activities where officers are working to keep the peace and maintain public safety. A speeding ticket, […]

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Couple Headed To Trial For Murder And ‘Safebreaking’

  25-year-old Dymond Leana Squires and 26-year-old Andrew Mack Johnson Jr., a Lansing based couple, are now headed to trial for the murder of an elderly man and the robbery of his home. The victim, 78-year-old John Abraham Sr., was a resident of Lansing who had lived in his home for over 20 years before […]

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New Michigan Bill Proposed To Ban E-Cigarettes For Under 18s.

  Currently, Michigan law says that you have to be 18 years of age to purchase tobacco products. This includes cigarettes, chewing tobacco, dip, cigars, and cigarillos. What the list doesn’t include, however, is e-cigarettes and other nicotine vapor products. As a result of this loophole, teens all over Michigan have been able to purchase […]

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Hunter Accepts Plea For Shooting Nearby Farmer’s Dog

  Tyler M. McKeon, a hunter in the Bay City area, is accused of shooting a neighbor’s dog. He was scheduled to appear before Judge Joseph K. Sheeran for his trial a few days ago, however he chose instead to skip the trial and accept a plea bargain. McKeon has entered a no contest plea […]

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