A judge has denied a defense request Tuesday to release on bond a 69-year-old man charged with killing a motorist.
Martin Zale’s lawyer says “the whole story has not been told.”
“We wanna make sure that we have all of the facts,” said Livingston County prosecutor Bill Vailliencourt.
A 69-year-old Howell man will be held without bond, charged in connection with an apparent road rage shooting.
More details surrounding the case of an alleged road rage incident that left a man dead are emerging.
Southeastern Michigan authorities say a man shot and killed another man who approached his vehicle after a road rage incident.
The man apparently used a pocket knife to attack a driver he was following, asking a passenger if he “wanted some of this.”
Police in southern Washtenaw County say a man was tailgated, followed and eventually stabbed by another man who attacked him in an apparent case of road rage.
Michigan State Police are looking for the driver responsible for crashing into a van that was carrying four children down a busy freeway in an apparent case of road rage.
Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard says the suspect fired two shots into a car at a stop sign.