'Armed and dangerous' Michigan woman who fatally shot her transgender lover and brother is found dead after turning gun on herself
Police had warned citizens to be on the lookout for 22-year-old Ruby Taverner Sunday, after finding the bodies of Ray Muscat, 26, and Bishop Taverner, 25 Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard said 5-foot-two, 115-lb. Taverner was 'armed and dangerous' and 'highly dangerous to themselves or someone else'
A judge has set a Sept. 6 trial date for a teenager charged with murder and other crimes in a Michigan school shooting that killed four students A judge on Thursday set a Sept. 6 trial date for a teenager charged with murder and other crimes in a Michigan school shooting that killed four students.
Michigan high school shooter Ethan Crumbley's parents fail to get their bond reduced to $100,000 after prosecutors argue they are a flight risk
Oakland County Circuit Judge Cheryl Matthews denied a motion to reduce the bonds for Jennifer and James Crumbley Their bonds had been set at $500,000 as they await trial on involuntary manslaughter charges emanating from their son's school shooting Lawyers for the couple had sought to get the bond reduced, claiming they are good parents despite prosecutors' claims that they were negligent
A 32-year-old California woman flew to Michigan for an alleged sexual tryst with a 15-year-old boy, who became spooked and told his parents after she sent Uber drivers to his home to pick him up and deliver him to her Airbnb, police claim. The woman, Stephanie Sin, of San Francisco, is now in jail in Oakland County with a $100,000 cash bond, charged with child sexually abusive activity and using a computer to commit a crime, PEOPLE confirms through online court records.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has sued to protect abortion rights, asking a court to recognize a right to abortion under the state constitution Gov. Gretchen Whitmer sued Thursday to protect abortion rights, asking a Michigan court to recognize a right to abortion under the state constitution and to overturn a 176-year-old ban in the state that may take effect if the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling is vacated.
Two Michigan brothers who were wrongfully convicted in the murder of a family friend have been released after 25 years in prison Two Michigan brothers who were wrongfully convicted in the murder of a family friend walked free Tuesday and were reunited with their family after 25 years behind bars.
PONTIAC, Mich. - A judge has granted a prosecutor’s request that a Michigan teen charged in a fatal school shooting not be named in court during his parents’ separate criminal trial. Oakland County Circuit Judge Cheryl Matthews in her ruling Monday ordered that Ethan Crumbley’s name not be spoken openly in court or used in writing in the case against James and Jennifer Crumbley.
Prosecutor asks judge to bar use of Oxford school shooting suspect’s name in court because it gives him notoriety
‘The publicity generated by a school shooting... can inspire and motive at-risk individuals to commit similar acts of violence’ 911 call made by James Crumbley to report gun missing on day of Oxford School shooting A Michigan prosecutor wants to ban the use of the accused Oxford school shooter’s name during his parent’s trial for involuntary manslaughter to minimise “notoriety and attention” on the teenager.
Mich. Teen Accused of Throwing Chemicals on Her Father Charged with Homicide After He Dies from Burns
A Michigan teen who was arrested last year for allegedly maiming her father with a mixture of chemicals has been charged with his murder following his death this month, according to public records. Megan Joyce Imirowicz, 18, of Groveland Township is facing an upgraded charge of homicide as well one count of simple assault, Michigan State Police confirmed to PEOPLE.
An Oakland County, Michigan, judge on Tuesday denied a request for lower bond from Oxford High School shooting suspect Ethan Crumbely's parents, James and Jennifer Crumbley. The Crumbleys face four counts of involuntary manslaughter each after their 15-year-old son was accused of fatally shooting four students and injuring seven others on Nov. 30 2021 at Oxford High School.
A judge on Tuesday ordered Ethan Crumbley to stay in jail pending the outcome of his murder case — and in doing so disclosed new details about the Oxford school shooting suspect. In his opinion, Oakland County Circuit Judge Kwame Rowe noted that he reviewed text messages and journal entries by Crumbley that showed the teenager had made Molotov cocktails and contemplated that he "may use the Molotov cocktails during the school shooting."
A 15-year-old boy accused of killing four students at a Michigan school will remain in jail while awaiting trial A 15-year-old boy accused of killing four students at a Michigan high school will remain in jail while awaiting trial, a judge said Tuesday, rejecting a request for his transfer to a facility for teens.
Prosecutors are urging for the teen accused of fatally shooting four students at a Michigan high school last year to remain in adult jail, arguing he has a "calculated mind" and is "fascinated with violence," NBC News reported. Oakland County Assistant Prosecutor Kelly Collins argued in court on Tuesday that 15-year-old Ethan Crumbley should remain in adult jail ahead of his trial, saying it would be "contrary to the rehabilitation of those at Children's Village" if he were to be transferred to the juvenile facility, which his defense team has requested, the network noted.
Alleged school shooter Ethan Crumbley is said to be receiving fan mail as he remains behind bars awaiting trial. The 15-year-old has been accused of killing four students and injuring seven others during a shooting at Oxford High School in Michigan last November, though he has pleaded guilty to two dozen charges including first-degree murder, assault with intent to murder, terrorism, and possession of a firearm.
Ethan Crumbley revels in getting fan mail in jail which prosecutor says proves he’s ‘fascinated with violence’
Prosecutors say the alleged teenage gunman wants the notoriety of Adolf Hitler and serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer 911 call made by James Crumbley to report gun missing on day of Oxford School shooting Ethan Crumbley has been reveling in being sent fan mail in jail, with prosecutors saying that it proves the accused Michigan high school shooter is “fascinated with violence” and “enjoy[s] his dark side”.
Ethan Crumbley: Prosecutors demand parents be banned from blowing ‘inappropriate’ ‘I love you kisses’ in court
Families of four shooting victims have complained about communications between pair Michigan school shooting: Mother texted Ethan Crumbley ‘Don’t do it’ James and Jennifer Crumbley have been accused of “making a mockery” of proceedings and crimes allegedly carried out by their son Ethan, for displaying “inappropriate” behaviour in court.
Prosecutors asked a judge to prevent the parents of the accused Michigan school shooter from making romantic gestures to one another in court, including mouthing "I love you," waving making other nonverbal signals, NBC News reports. "The courtroom is not a place for blowing kisses and sending secret signals," said Oakland County Chief Assistant Prosecutor David Williams, according to NBC.