Michigan State Police are handling investigations into the deaths of two men following separate confrontations on the same day involving Saginaw police.
Michigan State Police say they’ve found no criminal wrongdoing on behalf of authorities in the death of a 35-year-old man in a mid-Michigan jail cell.
Police are accused of excessive force and gross negligence in dealing with a southwest Michigan man who died in 2009 following a confrontation with two officers who subdued him with stun guns, according a federal lawsuit filed by his family.
Police say a 36-year-old New Jersey man who was found dead in a mid-Michigan jail cell over the weekend had been subdued by officers using a stun gun during his arrest.
A 50-year-old man who fell and struck his head after Livonia police subdued him with a stun gun has died in a Detroit area hospital. Police said in a release that Michael Ford died Tuesday […]
Authorities in Washtenaw County say the target of a drug raid died after deputies used a stun gun to subdue him.