Macomb County Nursing Home Worker Pleads Guilty In Attempted Election Fraud CaseA Macomb County nursing home employee pleaded guilty after she was accused of forging signatures on absentee ballot applications, according to the Michigan Attorney General's Office.
FBI, Michigan AG's Office Warn Of Romance Scams Ahead Of Valentine's DayThe FBI and the Michigan Attorney General's Office are urging people to watch out for romance scams.
Ex-Livingston County Undersheriff Pleads Guilty In Drunk Driving CaseA former Livingston County undersheriff has pleaded guilty after he was arrested for drunk driving in October.
Wayne County Attorney Sentenced For Embezzling Funds From Deceased Client's TrustA Wayne County attorney has been sentenced after he was charged with embezzling money from his deceased client's trust.
Michigan AG Nessel Asks Feds To Investigate Fake GOP ElectorsMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is asking federal prosecutors to open a criminal investigation into 16 Republicans who submitted false certificates stating they were the state's presidential electors despite Joe Biden's 154,000-vote victory in 2020.
Lansing Man Working As Caregiver Faces Up To 15 Years In Prison For Adult AbuseA Lansing man who worked as a caregiver at an adult foster home in Clinton County is charged with first-degree vulnerable adult abuse.
Otsego County Man Charged With Making Death Threats Against Judge On FacebookJonathan Brisson, 32, of Vanderbilt, is charged with one count of communicating a false threat of terrorism and faces up to 20 years in prison. He was arraigned Monday in the county's 87-A District Court.
Former Michigan EGLE Employee Sentenced For EmbezzlementAccording to the Michigan Attorney General's office, Joseph Pettit pleaded guilty in September to two counts of embezzlement over $100,000 and one count of uttering and publishing.
Authorities Warn Wayne County Residents Of Jury Duty Scam CallAccording to a news release from Third Circut Court, the sheriff's office impersonator claimed a Venmo payment between $1,500 and $2,000 was needed to prevent the resident from being arrested.
Former Shiawassee County Prosecutor Facing Charges For Arriving To Work Drunk, Carrying FirearmsA former prosecutor in Shiawassee County is facing charges after allegedly arriving to work drunk and in possession of two firearms while intoxicated, according to the Michigan AG's Office.