Federal agents are expected to reveal new information about the Monroe car bombing that injured an attorney and his two sons.
Federal authorities say components from a radio-controlled vehicle were used in an explosive device attached to a lawyer’s car in Monroe last fall.
Federal authorities in Detroit will be giving an update Thursday on their investigation of a car bombing in Monroe nearly six months ago.
The Michigan attorney whose car was bombed while he and his two sons were inside believes he knows who did it but won’t comment because the investigation remains open.
We’re hearing the emotional 911 call from the man who was hurt in a suspected car bombing in Monroe near I-75 Tuesday, injuring him and his two.