The woman’s relatives think Erin Justice knows where the kids are, although he hasn’t been charged in their disappearance.
A Detroit man charged in the slaying of his estranged wife whose two young children are missing will get a mental competency evaluation.
A judge entered a not-guilty plea during 26-year-old Erin Justice’s video arraignment on first-degree murder and weapons charges.
The man accused of killing his wife in Detroit and trying to hide her body in a nearby abandoned home is being extradited to Michigan to face charges Wednesday.
Jones was arraigned by video on an “accessory after the fact” charge which was followed by a “not guilty” plea on his behalf.
The father of one of two missing Detroit children was arrested, as well as an alleged accomplice.