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April 2015 Archives

Judge adds years to prisoner's sentence for VFW burglary

On April 27, a 44-year-old Michigan man already incarcerated for a string of burglaries was sentenced to three to 10 more years in prison for robbing the Bay County VFW in 2011. He pleaded guilty to the felony crime in February.

Concealed carry in Michigan

While people are able to carry a concealed pistol in Michigan, they must first apply and be approved before doing so. Those who fail to apply for and receive a concealed carry permit may end up facing criminal weapons charges.

Pleas and DUI charges in Michigan

When people are charged with driving under the influence, they may find they have several options in how their case will be handled. Often, prosecutors will offer plea bargains during negotiations with criminal defense attorneys. The arrangements that are offered will depend on the circumstances of the case, if there was an accident, the number of prior DUI offenses and the defendant's past criminal record.

Theft charges issued in scrap metal case

Two men turned themselves in to face charges connected with the theft of copper wire, but Michigan State Police are still searching for a third man believed to have been involved. At least one of the men who turned himself in has denied the allegations, telling the press he didn't touch the wire and he didn't sell it, though a police report indicates he may have admitted involvement.

Elderly woman facing federal drug charges

There were federal drug charges brought against an 84-year-old woman and her associates who ran a pain management clinic on the edge of the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti border. It’s claimed these individuals schemed to provide “the false appearance of a legitimate medical practice” while selling “medically unnecessary prescriptions.”

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