Three years ago, the young man who would later be known as John Doe 1 shuffled into the Richard A. Handlon Correctional Facility in Ionia, Michigan. It was still wintery in April, and his state-issued jacket was poor protection against the drafts coming through the broken windows, shattered by men who had passed through before. The rituals of intake were familiar. But he also noticed that he was one of the youngest prisoners on the block. The other prisoners noticed too.
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Brock and Wilson were charged with one count each of first degree murder, felony murder, armed robbery, carjacking, unlawful imprisonment, felon in possession of a firearm, and six counts of use of a firearm, prosecutors say. Brock was also charged with arson for allegedly setting Johnson's car on fire, according to prosecutors. Prosecutors say it is alleged that Brock locked Johnson in the trunk of the victim's car and drove to pick up Wilson. The two suspects then allegedly got a firearm, drove to the city's east side with Johsnon still in the truck of his own car, where they dragged him from the car and shot him multiple times. The next morning, Brock allegedly set Johnson's car on fire, burning his legs in the process, prosecutors say. This is the second FMJP case in three days.
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The past two weeks for the Detroit Catholic Central hockey team has been deja vu of the end of the season. After having the season cut short in the final four due to the start of the COVID pandemic, the virus reared its head again at the start of the playoffs for the Shamrocks, sidelining the majority of the varsity roster. With his full group returning to the ice Monday, Catholic Central head coach Brandon Kaleniecki expected some rust, knowing it would be hard for the group to simulate game experience in practice sessions.
An year-old man who was targeting members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community was charged with first-degree murder in the killings of three people in a Detroit home, the authorities said. Officials said the man, Devon Robinson, shot the victims — two of whom were gay and one who was a transgender woman — on May An investigation by the Detroit police led to his arrest on Thursday, prosecutors said in a statement.