One of the men charged in the 2013 shooting death of Paul DeWolf will face trial after all.
The 25-year-old was shot to death last July during a break-in at his off-campus fraternity house.
A man who pleaded guilty in the fatal shooting of a University of Michigan medical student has provided crucial details during testimony against an alleged accomplice.
In court Friday, Shaquille Jones provided Paul DeWolf’s family with a firsthand account of how he died.
Police say 25-year-old Paul DeWolf was killed during a break-in at his Ann Arbor fraternity house.
Two South Carolina men have been bound over for trial in the death of University of Michigan medical student Paul DeWolf in July.
Shaquille Jones, 21, faces open-murder and home invasion charges in Paul DeWolf’s death.
Jones was charged with open murder, which carries a possible penalty of life in prison, along with first degree home invasion and conspiracy to commit home invasion.
Police Chief John Seto says the arrests for the murder of Paul DeWolf of Schoolcraft, Michigan were made after an “intensive investigation.”
“This was a child, a young man who really had no enemies.”