Michigan Man Linked To Supremacist Group Gets 56 Months To 20 YearsA Michigan man described as a leader of the white supremacist group The Base has been sentenced to 56 months to 20 years in prison, Attorney General Dana Nessel said Thursday.
Oakland County Woman Charged With Auto Insurance Fraud, Accused Of Forging Title To Conceal LienAn Oakland County woman is charged after reporting her car stolen and filing a false insurance claim, receiving more than 42,000.
Former Sterling Heights City Council Candidate Charged With Election FraudA 27-year-old man who was unsuccessful in a bid for the Sterling Heights City Council is facing felony charges from Michigan's Attorney General related to ballot application forgeries.
Election Denial Probe Looms Over Critical Races In MichiganThe accusations against DePerno became public this week as Democratic Attorney General Dana Nessel acknowledged a clear personal conflict and asked that a special prosecutor be appointed to oversee the accusations against her opponent and others.
Michigan AG Nessel Seeks Special Prosecutor In 2020 Tabulator ProbeThe Michigan Attorney General's office is asking that a special prosecutor investigate whether the Republican candidate for state attorney general and others should be charged in connection with an effort to gain access to voting machines after the 2020 election.
Warren Man Faces Five Felonies In Connection To Sex Trafficking A MinorA man from Warren has been charged with sex trafficking a minor and faces five felonies, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Tuesday.
Nessel Issues Consumer Alert On Protecting Private Health Data Following The Roe V. Wade DecisionAttorney General Dana Nessel issued a new consumer alert with measures residents can take now to protect the personal information that companies get when people sign up for certain services, like phone applications that track fertility and menstrual cycles.
Michigan Supreme Court Says Indictments Invalid In Flint Water ScandalA judge had no authority to issue indictments in the Flint water scandal, the Michigan Supreme Court said Tuesday, wiping out charges against former Gov. Rick Snyder, his health director and seven other people.
City Of Inkster To Host Expungement And Community Resource FairThe free event is hosted by Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, Mayor Patrick Wimberly and the Inkster Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.
Michigan AG Nessel: Oxford School Board Rejects Offer To Provide Weapon Detection DogOxford Community Schools board rejected Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel's offer of having a dog trained to detect explosives and firearms in schools for the next academic year.
Michigan Woman Sentenced For Resisting Arrest After Embezzlement ConvictionA woman convicted of embezzling money from a 90-year-old woman in Montcalm County faces an additional charge and prison time for resisting arrest.
Detroit Man Charged After Threatening To Kill Macomb County JudgeAccording to the Michigan Department of Attorney General, Marion Williams Richardson is charged with one count of communicating a false threat of terrorism and one count of malicious use of a telecommunications service.
Nessel Sends Investigators To Gaylord To Check Out Reports Of Price Gouging After TornadoMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced she is sending investigators to Gaylord on Monday to investigate reported instances of price gouging after the tornado last week.
White Supremacist Group Member Tristan Webb Is 4th Convicted In MichiganA young Michigan man accused of being in a white supremacist group has pleaded no contest to conspiracy and other crimes that included assessing whether vacant state properties could be used for paramilitary training, authorities said Tuesday.
Michigan Officials Coordinate Statewide Response To Baby Formula ShortageOfficials say multiple agencies are working to address the shortage and ensure "parents who need formula get the resources and support they need to provide for their babies."