Twenty-six-year-old James Brown — the Sterling Heights man convicted on four-counts of first degree murder in the so-called “Backpage-dot-com” case, didn’t attend his own sentencing Tuesday in Macomb County Circuit Court.
There is no quick verdict in the trial of a Detroit-area man charged with killing four women who met him through online escort ads.
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Police believe Brown killed the women in pairs in the basement of his Sterling Heights home while his mother slept upstairs.
The Sterling Heights man told police that he fell asleep and simply found the women lifeless when he woke up.
A trial will start next year for a metro Detroit man accused of killing four women after meeting them through online escort ads in 2011.
An attorney wants more help to defend a Macomb County man who is accused of killing four women after meeting them through online escort ads.
Some shocking confessions from a Sterling Heights man accused of killing four women he met on backpage.com.
Pre-trial testimony indicates that a 6’10”, 350-pound man may have sat on and smothered two suspected escorts.
A hearing for a Sterling Heights man facing charges related to the deaths of four women linked to online ads has been adjourned.