Category Archives: Arson Charges
Is it Protesting, or is it Looting And Rioting? What does Michigan Law Say?
You would have to have lived under a rock for the last few weeks to be completely unaware of the protests and riots that have taken place in cities across America in recent weeks. Maybe you saw the videos from Detroit, Grand Rapids, East Lansing, and Lansing. Our nation is in the midst of a […][Read More]
Do You Know Michigan’s New Fireworks Laws? Avoid an Arrest This 4th of July!
It’s the 4th of July! Happy independence day guys! If you’re like most Michiganians, you’re planning to spend today with friends and loved ones, grilling, swimming, and enjoying the sunshine (because boy oh boy we’ve had a lot of rain lately!) And later on tonight? Well, it’s fireworks time, obviously! And everyone (except certain furry […][Read More]
Arson: Burning Buildings in Michigan – What You Need To Know (Part 3)
Welcome back and thanks again for joining us here at The Kronzek Firm, as we wrap up our three part series on arson in Michigan. In our previous two articles we broke down exactly what arson is, and the many different ways it can be charged as a crime in Michigan. In this last […][Read More]
Arson: Burning Buildings in Michigan – What You Need To Know (Part 2)
Welcome back and thanks for joining us here at The Kronzek Firm, as we continue to explore the crime of arson in Michigan. In our introductory article we explained that fact that arson can be charged in different ways in Michigan, based on the severity, location and possible injuries caused. In addition, Michigan prosecutors […][Read More]
Arson: Burning Buildings in Michigan – What You Need To Know (Part 1)
The word “arson” often conjures up images of sneaky men in hoodies, creeping around in the dark with a gas can and a lighter, looking for something to destroy. Or worse, a hardened criminal, who uses a raging fire to obliterate the evidence of the murder they just committed. Either way, while these are […][Read More]
Sterling Heights Fire Means Arson Charges For Family’s Oldest Son?
At about 3 am on Friday morning, police and firefighters in Macomb County, Michigan were called to a Sterling Heights home on Bloomingdale, in response to a house fire. By the time they arrived, the blaze had already caused a great deal of smoke, but firefighters were able to contain the blaze before it […][Read More]
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. […][Read More]
Mount Pleasant Man Facing Arson Charges
The Mount Pleasant Police Department announced recently in a press release, that they have arrested a suspect who is believed to have been involved in the burning of a building. The man, a 25-year-old resident of Mount Pleasant, MI named Christopher Bott-Fleming, is now facing arson charges as a result. At 6;47 pm on […][Read More]
Muskegon Violent-Crime Investigation
Owner of burned home facing felony charges for lying Thomas Henry Kieft, the 56-year-old owner of a Muskegon home that was completely destroyed by a fire, is being charged with lying to officers during a violent-crime investigation.[Read More]
Battle Creek Motorcycle Club Rivalry
Battle of the Bikers? Most bikers just want to hang out with their friends and ride their motorcycles, without making or getting into any trouble. But like people in every walk of life, it only takes a handful of badly behaved ones to give everyone else a bad name. And this was certainly the case […][Read More]