The Corrections Department claims other prisoners will demand a special mattress if Boone can have one.
A food service vendor for Michigan’s correction system is in trouble once again.
State attorneys have persuaded the Michigan Supreme Court to intervene and put a temporary freeze on a lawsuit that accuses prison officials of failing to prevent the sexual assault of male teen inmates.
Prison officials believe Boone would benefit more from weight loss and exercise.
45-year-old Richard Boone, a convicted robber, is in a prison in Kingsley near Traverse City. His medical history includes a hip replacement and major leg surgery.
Hekmati was arrested in 2011 and sentenced to death for spying. The U.S. denies he’s a spy.
A federal appeals court has deflated a Michigan prisoner’s air mattress.
Sheriff Anthony Wickersham is submitting a list of early release candidates to Macomb Chief Circuit Court Judge John Foster, who can modify sentences, reduce bonds and release prisoners on tether.
Prison guard Kevin Ott was left with a fractured skull and stabbed multiple times after being attacked by an inmate with a lock hidden inside a sock.
Ed Buss told reporters in Lansing that better staffing alleviates other problems, and overall performance of Aramark Correctional Services “needs to be much better.”