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September 2013 Archives

Michigan State University player faces underage drinking sentence

A Michigan State University football player has moved on to the next step in his underage drinking case, during which he was accused of driving while intoxicated. The man is slated to be sentenced in connection with the drunk-driving allegations during a hearing in late September. He was accused of drinking before getting behind the wheel on July 20, when he was arrested after a routine traffic stop.

Former mayor facing possession charges

The former mayor of Birmingham, Michigan, is facing drug charges after he was accused of possessing methamphetamine. The man, age 53, is facing a 10-year felony charge in connection with the case, which was initiated when he was arraigned on Aug. 28. Community members say they are shocked by the allegations, as the man has been active in the local community for decades.

Brothers nabbed after alleged home robbery

Three Michigan brothers are facing criminal charges for theft crimes after they reportedly broke into a Hamilton Township home. The men, ages 18, 19 and 20, have all been charged with second-offense home invasion and conspiracy to commit home invasion for a second time. In addition, the 18-year-old had his bond revoked for a previous unrelated charge of receiving stolen property, according to official reports. That young man's current bond was set at $50,300.

Deputy charged with drug possession

Law enforcement officers are generally expected to uphold the tenets of local and federal law. These individuals are still human beings who make mistakes, however, and they should not be treated differently from any other citizen in a court of law, no matter the nature of their alleged crimes. A long-time veteran of the Eaton County Sheriff's Office in Michigan may have broken several laws in connection with alleged drug crimes. The man is charged with embezzlement by a public official and possession of a controlled substance.