Authorities say a man who was sentenced to life in prison last week for the slaying of a Michigan state trooper tried to kill himself.
A 20-year-old man convicted of first-degree murder for fatally shooting a Michigan state trooper during a traffic stop was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Sobbing witnesses took the stand at the trial of a man charged with killing a Michigan state trooper, describing how they found the victim face-down in the road with a gunshot wound to the head.
The pregnant wife of a man charged with fatally shooting a Michigan state trooper during a traffic stop has been sentenced to two to five years in prison for helping him escape.
The mother of a man accused of fatally shooting a Michigan state trooper has been charged with helping her son steal a car to flee.
“My husband pulled away, and I looked behind and I saw the trooper laying in the road and a bunch of blood,” she testified.
A roughly 2-week trial has been scheduled for a man charged with murdering a Michigan State Police trooper.
Twelve year veteran Patrick Hill was hospitalized April 2 when he was shot in the line of duty.
Gov. Rick Snyder will be among those paying their respects today in Manistee.
A dedication is planned Friday in Livingston County’s Tyrone Township.