Detroit police say DNA evidence has helped solved a homicide from 20 years ago.
It was December 1994 when 4-year-old D’Wan Sims was reported missing by his mom from Wonderland Mall in Livonia.
The 45-year-old accepted a plea deal in the 1991 rape and killing of a mother of five at a metro Detroit social agency where both of them worked.
James Craig is criticizing the initial investigation into the year-old unsolved slayings of four people at an east side Detroit home.
The murder of a former high school basketball standout remains unsolved three years after he was killed.
“This was a most unspeakable crime,” said Dearborn Police Chief Ronald Haddad.
Officials hope a $100,000 reward will help solve the disappearance and suspected slaying of a Michigan State University student who has been missing for five years.
Authorities say they’ve identified a body that was found in 1986 in Monroe County as that of a missing metro Detroit woman.
More than 25 years later, the Oakland County Prosecutors have charged a man with murder.
Prosecutors say a long-imprisoned killer whose DNA was linked last year to a decades-old killing of a Flint-area woman has agreed to a plea deal.