Activist Wants Public To Pay For Defense In School Theft CaseA Detroit-area labor activist charged with stealing money from a school district no longer can afford his attorney and wants taxpayers to pay for his defense.
Charges Filed In Phony Detroit Union Scheme Federal authorities say a Teamsters official took cash while conspiring to make it appear that workers at a fruit-and-vegetable wholesaler belonged to the union.
Feds Indict Ex-Detroit Public Library Contractor Federal authorities have accused a former contractor with the Detroit Public Library of bribery in an effort to win a $1.5 million contract.
8 Indicted After Identity Theft, Unemployment Benefits Scam Busted Eight individuals were indicted by a federal grand jury in Detroit on charges relating to identity theft, United States Attorney Barbara L. McQuade announced Friday.
Feds Say They Have 'Staggering Amount Of Evidence' Against Biker Gang MembersFederal prosecutors say they have a "staggering amount of evidence" to convict dozens of members of a Detroit-area motorcycle gang, who are accused of a violent criminal enterprise.
Devil's Disciples Motorcycle Gang IndictedA Michigan-based motorcycle gang has been indicted on several crimes, including: murder, drug trafficking, extortion and illegal gambling.
Bad Cheese Results In 4 IndictmentsProsecutors have announced the indictment of four people who are accused of ignoring FDA orders and distributing more than 110,000 pounds of Mexican cheese to five states, including Michigan.
School Board Member Charged With Embezzlement Freed On BondThe Highland Park school board member who's been battling Michigan's emergency manager law has been charged with embezzling from the financially struggling district.
Robert Davis Facing Federal Grand Jury Indictment Highland Park School Board member Robert Davis was indicted by a federal grand jury in Detroit on charges of federal program theft, United States Attorney Barbara McQuade announced Thursday.
Ex-Assistant Wayne County Exec Indicted For ExtortionExtortion charges have been filed against Michael Grundy, who was entrusted with operating a health care program for low-income, uninsured workers.
Ex-Pontiac Schools Administrator Indicted For FraudA former assistant superintendent for Pontiac Schools has been indicted on corruption and money laundering charges.
4 Charged In Multistate Prostitution RingFour Kentucky residents allegedly recruited Spanish-speaking women from Michigan, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Maryland to become prostitutes.